In January 2007, the CPUC and California Energy Commission began the Go Solar California! campaign, a joint $3.3 billion effort to encourage Californians to install 3,000 megawatts of solar energy systems over the next decade and transform the market for solar energy. The CPUC portion of the solar effort is the California Solar Initiative (CSI) Program. CSI is the nation’s largest solar program, with a $2.2 billion budget and a goal of 1,940 megawatts of solar capacity by the end of 2016.
DRA seeks to promote solar energy at the lowest possible cost to ratepayers as the cornerstone of California's effort to promote clean and renewable energy alternatives.
CSI rulemaking is developed under the Distributed Generation proceeding (R.10-05-004).
See the proceeding docket.
DRA recommends the following sites for additional information on CSI: