The California State Senate has passed a bill that would require the state’s utilities to obtain all of their electricity from renewable resources by 2045  Senate Bill 100, sponsored by Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León, a Los Angeles Democrat, the measure would accelerate the timeline for California meet its current renewable energy standard of 50 percent from 2030 to 2026. The 2030 requirement would increase to 60 percent,  The measure passed the Senate 25-13 along party lines. It now moves to the State Assembly. If it becomes law, it would make California the second state, after Hawaii, to require utilities to rely on 100 percent renewables.

– via RTO Insider

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