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The San Diego Alternative Energy Meetup Group Message Board Politics & Debate › Proposition 7? (a.k.a. "Big Solar")

Proposition 7? (a.k.a. "Big Solar")

Bill S
San Diego, CA
Post #: 236
Some ads popping up on television opposing this initiative. What do you all think?

California Proposition 7, would, if approved, require California utilities to procure half of their power from renewable resources by 2025. In order to make that goal, levels of production of solar, wind and other renewable energy resources will more than quadruple from their current output of 10.9%. [1] It will also require California utilities to increase their purchase of electricity generated from renewable resources by 2% annually to meet Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) [2] requirements of 40% in 2020 and 50% in 2025. Current law AB32 requires an RPS of 20% by 2010.

A former member
Post #: 267
Explicative, explicative!

Calculations show we'll be way past 40% by 2025 with or without legislation. However it is always good to give reinforcing support so our politicians will know how we feel. If nothing else it will cause the explicative lobbyists to spend more of their money to keep the politicians voting the wrong way.
A former member
Post #: 268
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