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California's Road to 100 Percent Clean Energy, People REALLY Want to Go Back to the Movies, Rob Bonta Named California AG




This is one of six new wind turbines whose energy has been purchased by the Clean Power Alliance, a new kind of government-run utility. It's on the Voyager II wind farm built and operated by Terra-Gen in a mountainous  area west of Mojave.
This is one of six new wind turbines whose energy has been purchased by the Clean Power Alliance, a new kind of government-run utility. It's on the Voyager II wind farm built and operated by Terra-Gen in a mountainous area west of Mojave.
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How LA and California MIGHT Achieve 100 Percent Renewable Energy 

A few years ago, California passed “The 100 Percent Clean Energy Act of 2018." The goals are ambitious, 60% renewable energy by 2030 and a full hundred percent zero-carbon energy supply by 2045. You might think, given everything that's been going on, these are pretty lofty goals. But a study came out today that suggests the City of Los Angeles is not only capable of hitting those statewide goals, but actually doing it a decade earlier.

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On The Lot: People REALLY Want To Go to the Movies 

As movie theaters continue to reopen across the country, how are people feeling about heading back to the cinema? Survey says… pretty good. Plus, Disney has announced they’ll be releasing a Marvel film on Disney+ on the SAME day as its theatrical release.

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Assemblyman Rob Bonta Named Attorney General of California 

Governor Gavin Newsom named Assemblyman Rob Bonta of Oakland the new Attorney General for the state, replace Xavier Becerra. 

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