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  • Jan 18, 2022

The state is aiming for carbon emission-free energy as a part of an “existential climate fight.”

California Governor Gavin Newsom has announced that there is “no one more committed” to supporting clean energy production use and storage as massive investments are aimed at renewable hydrogen and offshore wind energy.

The state is also focusing on supporting energy storage strategies as well as electric vehicles.

“No one else is committed to doing more in this space,” said Governor Newsom while discussing climate change, which he has called one of the “greatest existential threats” the statis facing. He has said that meeting this challenge will require measures that include a “diverse portfolio of new clean energy technologies to be developed and deployed as quickly as possible.”



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Matt Chester on Jan 18, 2022

It's interesting that so much of the activity seems to have been focused on the East Coast, so curious to see where California will go here. 

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