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Brown administration’s view of renewable energy in California by 2020

Ethan Elkind, director, Climate Program at Berkeley Law | July 1, 2011

Governor Brown entered office in January with an ambitious agenda for renewable energy, calling for 20,000 megawatts from renewable sources by 2020, including 12,000 of localized or distributed generation and 8,000 from large-scale development. So how will this vision become a reality? UCLA and Berkeley Law gathered key leaders in California to discuss this issue at … Continue reading »