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Governor highlights clean energy

In Governor Jerry Brown’s State of the State Address energy solutions, like solar and wind power, and transportation alternatives, like high-speed rail, were featured prominently as ways to keep California moving toward a brighter future.

News Release | Environment California

At Gov.'s Summit, Environment California Outlines Clean Energy Goals

Presentation Summary at Governor’s Conference on 12,000 MW of Renewable Local Energy
University of California, Los Angeles
Bernadette Del Chiaro
Clean Energy Advocate
July 25, 2011

The time has come for California to embark on a plan to make clean, small-scale energy resources the primary way we generate electricity in California.

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News Release | Environment California

At Gov.'s Summit, Environment California Outlines Clean Energy Goals

Presentation Summary at Governor’s Conference on 12,000 MW of Renewable Local Energy

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Roofing It: Brown Stumps for Distributed Solar

Governor Brown moves forward with plans to encourage more local solar generation in the state.

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News Release | Environment California

Gov. Brown Shines Spotlight on Big Solar Goal

LOS ANGELES—Calling for more clean energy and green jobs, Governor Jerry Brown hosted a conference at University of California, Los Angeles today to shine a spotlight on his goal of building twelve thousand megawatts (MW) of solar power and other forms of small-scale renewable energy by 2020. The move would quadruple the state’s current market for these kinds of clean energy technologies.

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News Release | Environment California

Gov. Brown Shines Spotlight on Big Solar Goal

Calling for more clean energy and green jobs, Governor Jerry Brown hosted a conference at University of California, Los Angeles today to shine a spotlight on his goal of building twelve thousand megawatts (MW) of solar power and other forms of small-scale renewable energy by 2020. The move would quadruple the state’s current market for these kinds of clean energy technologies.

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