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February 25, 2024
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CARB: Calif. Must Double Annual Solar Build to Meet GHG Goals
Six-fold Increase in Battery Installations Also Needed to Hit 2045 Target
According to CARB's most aggressive models, California's transition to carbon neutrality would require near-elimination of fossil fuels and a sharp increase in green hydrogen, which would compound the need for additional solar.
According to CARB's most aggressive models, California's transition to carbon neutrality would require near-elimination of fossil fuels and a sharp increase in green hydrogen, which would compound the need for additional solar. | CARB
California must more than double the amount of solar capacity built each year compared to its previous maximum build rate to reach net zero by 2045, CARB said.
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