Gov. Brown signs bill committing state to 100% clean energy by 2045

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SACRAMENTO – All of California’s electricity will come from clean power sources by 2045 under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday, the latest in a series of ambitious goals set by the state to combat the effects of climate change.

Brown hailed the move as another example of the state’s global leadership on environmental initiatives as the Trump administration backs away from such policies, San Diego Union-Tribune reported. The bill’s signing comes just days before Brown is set to host a global conference on climate change in San Francisco, a final effort to showcase California’s actions on the environment before he ends his fourth and final term as governor in January.

“California is committed to doing whatever is necessary to meet the existential threat of climate change,” Brown said in his signing message for the bill.

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