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Journalist for nearly a decade with keen interest in local energy policies for cities and national efforts to facilitate a renewable revolution. 

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  • Jan 10, 2022

This is the kind of aggressive reassessment of clean energy goals we need. 100% clean energy in 2-3 years is ambitious, but a clear and concise goal that the public will hold the LA County Supervisorial Board accountable for. It's bold and necessary.  

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Bob Meinetz on Jan 10, 2022

Christopher, no. "100% renewable energy" goals are scams. That public agencies are still falling for this nonsense has got to stop.

There is no feat of legerdemain that can create power where there is none, and sometimes renewable energy is unavailable. When it is, the lights go out. It's not that hard to understand, but some continue, in willful disbelief, to believe 100% renewable electricity is possible.

It's almost as if believers have something to gain by perpetuating this lie. As if.

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