What’s the issue? California has proposed that all new light-duty vehicles be zero-emission vehicles starting in 2035, which will add significant incremental load to the power grid. At the same time, California is ramping up the percentage of renewable and zero-carbon energy resources. By 2030, California is planning to have at least 60 percent of California’s electricity coming from renewables, with 100 percent of ...
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