Investing in California’s Future
Achieving Calfornia’s Renewable Portfolio Standard Goal
Strengthening Our Green Energy Economy
Green Collar Jobs in Every Community
Reducing Our Carbon Footprint
Over 58,100 jobssupported by wind and solar
Clean power generates over
$402.8 million in state and local tax revenue and land lease payments every year
Wind and solar save 3 billion gallons of water every year
Last year, wind saved 2.6 billion gallons of water
Solar, wind and batteries are critical to California’s clean energy future, but they are not enough. Here’s how to diversify the state’s renewable energy portfolio.
The use of renewable energy is surging in California. A new analysis shows there’s been a huge jump in the use of solar, wind and other renewable technologies in the last decade.
Is anybody listening? The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, made up of noted scientists and Nobel Laureates, reported on Oct. 8, 2018 that the world may have only 12 years to reverse that global warming trend to avoid the inevitable climate collapse that terminates life as we know it on Earth.