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California Continues To Inflict More Costs Onto The Energy Used By Residents – OpEd

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 10 June 2020
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decided on May 28th that climate lawsuits filed by San Mateo County and the cities of San Francisco and Oakland asserting a California public nuisance claim against five energy companies arising from the role of fossil fuel products in global warming can proceed in state court. The lawsuits...
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News video: U.S. Can Reach 90% Clean Energy by 2035, at No Extra Cost: Report

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A University of California, Berkeley report says the U.S. could get to 90% clean, carbon-free electricity in 15 years, and it won’t cost consumers extra money.

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