Californians want a clean energy future

76% of California adults favor setting a 100% renewable energy target

53% of Republicans support SB 100

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100% Clean Energy

Senator de León announces SB100 that puts California on the path to 100% fossil-fuel free electricity by the year 2045. 100% renewable energy means a cleaner and better future for our children.

 

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UC Berkeley Labor Center finds diversity in renewable energy workforce

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If SB-100 is approved, that would drive further growth construction, more jobs and more openings in apprenticeship programs.

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The path to carbon-free electricity

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It’s about time. Clean energy benefits our climate, as well as our health and our wallets.

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Why Inland area leaders are pushing for carbon-free energy

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As costs of producing solar power have come down and efficiency has increased, goals that once seemed unattainable have become more realistic, even a figure as lofty...

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Clean Energy Timeline

SB 100 sets California on a path to 100% renewable energy by 2045, cleaning up our air and creating good jobs in the process

The bill creates thousands of high-quality jobs while also reducing the pollution that warms the planet and harms California's children and families.

100% Clean Energy (SB100)

What Others are Saying...

Kathryn Phillips Director of Sierra Club California

“Getting 100 percent renewable is 100 percent possible and 200 percent necessary. SB 100 responds to what survey after survey shows that Californians want: clean energy, clean air and a future for the next generation."

Jim Woodruff First Solar and President of the Large Scale Solar Association

"Not only is this vision essential for the world at large, but a fully renewable grid also secures California’s place at the forefront of one of the most significant economic transformations in the history of our planet.”

Tom Werner President and CEO of SunPower

“Solar power development at all levels is a significant economic force in California, creating over 100,000 jobs, driving innovation and reducing the cost of energy. Thanks to Senator de León and his distinguished colleagues in the legislature, SB 100 is a bold initiative that will accelerate economic opportunities and further improve our environment. The world is watching California as it leads the global transition to a clean, reliable, affordable energy future.”