California legislators scored a win against the Trump administration by passing one of the nation’s most ambitious clean energy bills, an advocacy group said. “The legislature finds and declares that the Public Utilities Commission, State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, and State Air Resources Board should plan for 100 percent of total retail sales of electricity in California to come from eligible renewable energy resources and zero-carbon resources by December 31, 2045,” Senate Bill 100, as amended, reads. The bill, introduced last year by Sen. Kevin de León, D.-L.A., also increases the state clean energy target from 50 percent of the state mix by 2030 to 60 percent. Michael Brune, the executive director at the Sierra Club, said […]