How Will California Get to 33% Renewables by 2020?

Posted by on Thursday, January 12 2012


Where has California's renewable energy policy been, and where it is going?  What role have California's utilities played in promoting the development of clean electricity? What must utilities and state policy makers do to ensure California continues to lead on clean energy policies?  Switzer Fellow Laura Wisland works on these issues every day in her role as Senior Energy Analyst for the Union of Concerned Scientists.


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