In talking about California’s Net Zero Energy (ZNE) goals for 2030, it is clear that one of the most important reasons that business go green is to meet policy requirements. […]
By 2030, all new commercial buildings built in California will be expected to be zero energy and 50% of existing buildings will have had retrofits and upgrades to bring them […]
The following includes excerpts from “California’s Commitment To 100 Percent ‘Clean Energy’ By 2045, Explained” written by Abby Hamblin and originally published The San Diego Union Tribune. “It will not […]
Two new bills that aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions and pollution produced by California homes and businesses are moving on to the state legislature. SB 1477 was approved by […]
To say clean energy is having a banner year so far would be an understatement. Despite major setbacks in 2018, ranging from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) director Scott Pruitt cutting […]
California has yet to shy away from its fight for renewable energy dependence. After being one of the first states to reject the White House’s disavowal of the Paris Agreement, […]
California is a prominent player in the green energy movement. Since withdrawal by the American government from the Paris Agreement, the Golden State has made swift moves to ensure clean […]
The Paris Accord commits all involved nations and states to decreasing pollution emissions by 1.6 billion tons by 2025, the United States being among the top three carbon emitters in the world.