California Governor Signs Law for 50% Renewables by 2030

October 2015
Transmission & Distribution World Exclusive Insight;10/12/2015, p1
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The article reports that California Governor Jerry Brown has signed the SB 350 legislation which establishes energy efficiency and renewable energy goals in California.


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