This month’s passage of The Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015 (Senate Bill 350), authored by Senate Pro Tem Kevin de León and Senator Mark Leno, marks a significant moment in California’s legislative history. The law includes numerous provisions to ensure California has the cleanest mix of energy possible by 2030.
In a recent NRDC Switchboard post, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Director of California Energy Efficiency Policy Lara Ettenson outlines the law’s jaw-dropping energy targets:
The takeaway? “Now is the time for decision-makers, advocates, and other stakeholders to work together, coordinate efforts across the state, and be thoughtful about how to successfully implement policy and programmatic changes to reach the goals in SB 350,” says Ettenson.
Read the complete blog post from NRDC Switchboard.