Clean fuels and electrification both needed to meet California’s climate goals

October 26, 2021

Solar panels, windmills and electric vehicles might be the most visible signs of our changing energy landscape, but clean fuels such as hydrogen and renewable natural gas also will play a significant role in transforming our nation’s energy system. California can accelerate a more equitable and affordable energy transition by adopting several important policy changes to accelerate the deployment of fuels that produce fewer greenhouse-gas emissions.

An important first step will be to establish a procurement standard for clean fuels such as hydrogen and renewable natural gas, just like the renewable standard used today by electric utilities.

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