How States Will Hit 100 Percent Clean Energy


S.B. 100, if passed, would apply to three large investor-owned utilities, municipally owned providers, and community choice aggregation (CCA) programs, groups that receive electricity procured by local governments and delivered by the incumbent utilities.

Some want the measure to open California’s grid to other users, so Western states could take California’s excess solar energy and the Golden State could import wind or other renewables from Wyoming, Iowa or other states. That could help build support for renewables in politically conservative states, Elkind said, while spreading the environmental and economic benefits.

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