September 10, 2017 by Ronjoy Bezbarua
(Source: The National Law Review) California continues to cement its position as a global leader in renewable energy policy and climate change reform. This session, California State Senate President, Kevin de León, authored Senate Bill 100 (S.B. 100), which would require California utilities to procure 100 percent of their energy from renewable sources by 2045. S.B. 100 has been approved in the State Senate as well as two key committees in the State Assembly. The Assembly Appropriations Committee and the full Assembly will vote on it before the legislative session ends for this year on September 15, 2017. Read full article….
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