The California Public Utilities Commission plans to reduce the state’s energy sector greenhouse gases by 100%

Find out how this new move—further opens the state to solar industry jobs and business opportunities.

Energy production is the third biggest contributor to pollution in California after transportation, and oil and gas refineries.

In an effort to curb this growing pollution, and stem backlash from environment groups, California has adopted a new emissions target for its electric sector. This new move—further opens the state of California to more solar industry jobs and business development opportunities.

The new targets would double the state’s clean energy capacity over the next decade and progressively close the door to the development of new natural gas plants.

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