California Moves One Step Closer To Being 100% Renewable Powered By 2045
“The California State Assembly passed a potentially historic piece of legislation on Tuesday that, if it makes it through the final legislative hurdles, will see California commit to being powered entirely by renewable energy by 2045.
Senate Bill 100 (SB-100) was introduced by outgoing State Senator Kevin de León — who is challenging Dianne Feinstein for her US Senate seat — and was passed by the Californian Senate earlier this year by a margin of 25 to 13. SB-100 calls for a renewable energy target of 60% by 2030, with an interim target of 50% by the end of 2026 and a final 100% target by 2045.
The State Assembly passed the bill by 43 to 32 and it will now head back to the Senate and then to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk where it is expected to be quickly approved and signed into law…”
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