Solar energy: An article in the Feb. 5 Section A about the wide-ranging effects of large-scale solar energy projects said that the ratepayer advocate's office of the California Public Utilities Commission had estimated that customers would be charged 50% more for energy derived from renewable sources. The PUC itself, not the advocate's office, reported that the price of renewable power more than doubled between 2003 and 2011. It did not estimate the cost to customers.
Book review: In the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition, a review of the novel "History of a Pleasure Seeker" says that the book's author, Richard Mason, is not yet 25 years old. In fact, Mason is 33. The error was detected after the section went to press.
Academic Decathlon: An article in the Feb. 10 LATExtra section about Los Angeles County's Academic Decathlon competitions gave the wrong score for Granada Hills student Julia Wall, the second-highest individual scorer in the Los Angeles Unified competition. She scored 8,655 points, not 8,622.
"The Vow": A review of "The Vow" in the Feb. 10 Calendar section said that the screenplay credit was split four ways to include Jason Katims, Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein and the film's director, Michael Sucsy. Sucsy does not have a writing credit on the movie.
Hot Property: In the Feb. 5 Business section, an item in the Hot Property column about the sale of a Rudolph Schindler-designed home said that the house was in Silver Lake. The home is in Los Feliz, according to The Times' Mapping L.A. database.