California Needs Better Transmission
- Sep 6, 2021 5:59 pm GMT
Last Wednesday, Los Angeles’ City Council voted to transition to 100 percent clean energy by 2035, 10 years earlier than their previous target. The new goal, of course, falls in line with President Biden’s national target for carbon neutrality. It’s most likely only a matter of time before other blue counties in the state follow suit and propose similar clean energy goals—don’t be surprised if some localities are even more ambitious. Carbon cutting goals are all fine and good, but how can places like L.A. County, or more broadly the entire state of California, actually follow through without horribly compromising power reliability? Transmission must play a big role.
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