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California targets 100% renewable energy
By Jinny Throup
California may be setting an ambitious target to completely abandon fossil fuels by 2045. The state Senate passed a bill that aims for 100% renewable energy, and if it becomes law California, would have less than 30 years to transition away from natural gas and other fossil fuels for the production of electricity. Already admired for its clean-energy leadership, California’s Senate is determined to set a strong example for other states to follow. The bill next moves to the California Assembly where it needs to pass for final approval. 


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