Shared Renewables Could Supercharge California's Clean Energy Economy

By April 22, 2013 No Comments

California’s clean energy economy is already America’s largest, but two bills (SB 43 and AB 104) making their way through the state legislature could open access to renewables for millions of utility customers – without any subsidies. If passed, SB 43 and AB 104 would allow the 75% of California utility customers who can not install their own on-site generation to subscribe to “shared” renewable energy projects of up to 20 megawatts (MW). Among its many benefits, shared renewables could help customers save money and improve disadvantaged communities while protecting the environment.

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