Election Quickly Improves Calif. Renewables Climate

Law360, New York (December 3, 2010, 4:19 PM EST) -- It has only been a month since California voters upheld the state's landmark global warming law, A.B. 32, but that — along with the election of Jerry Brown as governor and certain favorable regulations — has already created a noticeably better climate for renewable energy development, experts say.

When Californians voted no on Proposition 23, a ballot measure that would have indefinitely delayed implementation of A.B. 32, it did not prompt an immediate wave of new renewable energy participants. Nonetheless, experts are seeing more activity from...
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