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News Release | Environment California

Charge Ahead California Goals Would Speed State's Transition to a Million Zero-Emission Vehicles

Senator Kevin De León (D-Los Angeles) has introduced a bill to commit California to a goal of one million electric cars, trucks and buses on the state’s roads within the next ten years. The “Charge Ahead California” bill (SB 1275) is geared toward improving air quality across the state, and ensures that the benefits of electric transportation and clean air reach low-income communities and communities of color most directly impacted by fossil fuel pollution.

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CA Bill Aims to Accelerate Number of Electric Vehicles

One million electric vehicles in 10 years is the goal of a new bill introduced in Sacramento. The "Charge Ahead California" bill is geared toward improving air quality, especially in low-income communities most impacted by pollution.

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News Release | Environment California

Strong AB 32 Scoping Plan Update Released Monday

Sacramento – Seven years ago, a bipartisan California Legislature made a clear, strong commitment to tackling climate change by passing the groundbreaking Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32). Today, Californians have the opportunity to assess the state’s progress so far and provide input into the Scoping Plan that will direct the implementation of AB 32 for the next five years.

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News Release | Environment California Research & Policy Center

California Solar Jobs Grew 8% in 2013

California has more than 47,000 people employed manufacturing and installing pollution-free solar energy,  according to a national Solar Jobs Census released today by The Solar Foundation.   According to the analysis, California continues to rank 1st in nation for total solar jobs, with approximately one-third of all solar jobs in the country. Growth in the state’s solar jobs is expected to surge by over 22% by the end of 2014.

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News Release | Environment California Research & Policy Center

50,000 Californians Petition Regulators to Stand Strong for Rooftop Solar

People with solar panels on their roofs and their supporters teamed up with solar advocacy and environmental groups to deliver more than 50,000 signatures urging the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to not change the rules on existing solar customers.

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