Turning Down the Gas in California: The Role of Natural Gas in the State’s Clean Electricity Future

This report found that California does not need to build any additional gas plants in the CAISO territory to meet projected 2030 energy or reliability needs. In fact, 28 of the 89 plants analyzed, representing nearly a quarter of generating capacity, could be retired as early as 2018 without negatively affecting grid reliability. Many of the plants that could retire are located in communities disproportionately affected by air pollution.

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