Update: During the week of July 10th, SB 100 was heard in two major policy committees in the Assembly: the Utilities and Energy committee and the Natural Resources committee. The bill was voted out and now heads to Appropriations.
For many, summertime means getting to wear shorts, eating more ice cream than usual, and if you’re lucky, sleeping in. But for me, summertime means putting on a suit and heading to Sacramento to talk about energy policy. While the Trump Administration tries unsuccessfully to convince the country that coal is the answer, the California Legislature is moving ever forward to advance a cleaner and healthier energy future. Read more >