California Sets Goal of 100% Clean Energy by 2045

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Since the California Climate Change Report shows a rise in wildfires and sea levels, we seem to be a little more on top of natural energy.

So much so that California has a lofty goal: to generate most of the state’s energy from carbon-free sources and the phasing out of fossil fuels entirely by 2045. 

The legislation approved yesterday by the Assembly would require utilities to get half their energy from wind, solar and other specific renewable sources by 2026. 

They would then have four more years to get 60% from renewables while the 2045 deadline for phasing out fossil fuels is a goal that does not include mandates or penalties. 

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