“I found it thrilling to see Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León introduce legislation that would require 100 percent of California’s electricity to come from renewable sources by 2045. This goal would change the game for Californians. And it’s entirely feasible, if the right policies are in place,” writes climate scientist and Stanford University professor Mark Jacobson for The Mercury News. “Our current fragmented grid system, in which 38 different operators move electricity to homes and businesses across Western states, is preventing renewable energy from reaching its full potential by blocking it from access to millions of potential users.”

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