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Energy: Renewable Energy Resources (SB 2 x1)

BILL SUMMARY:
Increases California's Renewables Portfolio Standard goal from 20 percent by 2010 to 33 percent by 2020 and revises specified provisions of the existing RPS statutes.
STATE:
CA
FINAL LANGUAGE:
STATUTE:
Chapter 1, Statutes of 2011
AUTHOR:
Joe Simitian
CO-AUTHORS:
Nancy Skinner
SENATE VOTE:
Yes: 26 No: 11
R: 3 R: 9
D: 23 D: 2
ASSEMBLY VOTE:
Yes: 55 No: 19
R: 4 R: 19
D: 51 D: 0
LISTED SUPPORT:
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; American Lung Association; American Wind Energy Association; Apollo Alliance; Breathe California; BrightSource Energy; California Center for Sustainable Energy; California Interfaith Power & Light; California League of Conservation Voters; California Wind Energy Association; Catholic Charities, Diocese of Stockton; City of Santa Clara; Clean Power Campaign; Coalition for Clean Air; Division of Ratepayer Advocates; Element Power; Environmental Entrepreneurs; enXco; First Solar; FuelCell Energy; GE Energy; Horizon Wind Energy; Iberdrola Renewables; Independent Energy Producers; Large-scale Solar Association; Natural Resources Defense Council; NextEra Energy Resources; Northern California Power Agency; Oak Creek Energy Systems Inc.; Ormat Technologies; Power Company of Wyoming LLC; San Joaquin Valley Regional Green Jobs Coalition; Schott Solar; Solar Millennium; SunPower; Terra-Gen Power; The Solar Alliance; The Utility Reform Network; The Vote Solar Initiative; Union of Concerned Scientists; Vestas-American Wind Technology, Inc.; 3 Degrees; California Municipal Utilities Association (support if amended); Glendale Water & Power (support if amended); Southern California Public Power Authority (support if amended
LISTED OPPOSITION:
Alliance for Retail Energy Markets; California Alliance for Choice in Energy Solutions; California Business Properties Association; California League of Food Processors; California Manufacturers & Technology Association; California Retailers Association; Chemical Industry Council of California; Direct Energy Services, LLC; School Project for Utility Rate Reduction; Western States Petroleum Association; Pacific Gas & Electric Company (oppose unless amended)
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