50% Renewable Electricity Passed By California Senate

The California Senate recently passed SB 350, legislation that sets a goal of 50% electricity from renewables in the Golden State by 2030. The bill doesn’t stop there, though — it also calls for doubling the energy efficiency of buildings in the next 15 years, and cutting petroleum use in transportation by half.

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