2022 - Senate Bill 67 (Becker, Josh), California 24/7 Clean Energy Standard Program (Dead)
Would have revised the SB 100 (De León, Chapter 312, Statutes of 2018) policy to establish a goal that 100 percent of electrical load be supplied by eligible clean energy resources, as defined. The bill would have established the California 24/7 Clean Energy Standard Program, that would phase in clean energy requirements through 2035. The bill would have required the California Energy Commission (CEC), in consultation with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and California balancing authorities, to establish compliance periods and subperiods that meet certain criteria. The bill would have required CPUC to establish for each retail seller, and CEC for each local publicly owned electric utility, clean energy procurement requirements for each compliance period and subperiod, as provided. Was not heard in the Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications Committee.