Hooray for S.B.100! Now what happens for wind energy?

“Although non-hydro renewables are likely to be the primary option for supplying the bulk of California’s zero-carbon electricity supply in 2045, it is not clear what California’s lofty new goal means for wind energy. Permitting in California is difficult, and federal land use policies have dramatically curbed wind development on Bureau of Land Management land.…

California’s energy storage rebate approval a ‘bipartisan victory for local clean energy’

“Following news of SB100, legislation that would set California on a path to 100% renewables by 2045, the state is also on the brink of setting up a rebate programme for energy storage equipment sales. Senate Bill 700 (SB700), authored by Senator Scott Wiener, would extend the state’s feted SGIP (Self-generation incentive programme) policy to…

On to Governor Brown’s Desk: What 100% Clean Energy Means for California

“California will be the most populous and economically productive jurisdiction to commit to removing greenhouse gas emissions from its electrical grid. As de León told his Senate colleagues before Wednesday’s vote, that’s just the beginning. The state still has to tackle major greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles and buildings. Where the world’s fifth-largest economy leads,…
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