Understanding SB 100

Thanks to CEERT's co-chair, Laura Wisland, for creating this very helpful fact sheet on SB 100.

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Jerry Brown signed $1 billion in wildfire prevention—and none of it applies to the fires this year

By Laurel Rosenhall and Judy Lin | CALmatters Link to article Protecting California from devastating wildfires was the Legislature’s biggest focus in this year’s session. Recognizing the urgency, lawmakers formed a special wildfire committee, heard from numerous experts, and, after several emotional debates, passed a $1 billion new law they said would “prevent catastrophic wildfires […]

California passes 100% clean energy bill, but punts on several plans for getting there

By Sammy Roth | Palm Springs Desert Sun Link to article California lawmakers passed a bill last week requiring the state to get 100 percent of its electricity from climate-friendly sources like solar and wind. But they didn’t vote on several proposals designed to help California achieve that goal, including a plan backed by Gov. […]

OPINIONATED: Go Back to Aliso Canyon Deal Drawing Board

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How California can regionalize its energy system without handing Trump the grid

By V. John White | Special to The Sacramento Bee Link to article As lawmakers return from their summer recess, one of the most heated debates will center around a bill to restructure an important part of the state’s electricity industry. Assembly Bill 813 by Assemblyman Chris Holden, D-Pasadena, would open the door to expanding […]

California’s Energy Diet Is Working

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Link California’s clean energy to the rest of the west? Sounds great, but it’s risky

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