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All eyes on California to figure out energy decarbonization, economic growth, and fairness

From left: Liane Randolph, chair, California Air Resources Board; Alice Busching Reynolds, president, California Public Utilities Commission; and Eddie Ahn, executive director, Brightline Defense (credit: Jim Gensheimer)

Feb 2 2024

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The Jan 29 conference held at Stanford co-sponsored by the California Energy Commission, focused on how researchers can help California achieve its climate goals. California has been at the forefront to decarbonize electricity but much work, and costs, remain while avoiding past and current inequities.