San Diego Targets 100% Renewable Energy by 2035

San Diego has outlined a plan to run on 100% renewable energy by 2035

The southern California city is moving forward with an ambitious plan to run on 100% renewable energy and cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2035 and it’s doing so in a bipartisan manner.

  • The California city of San Diego announced it plans to run on 100% renewable energy (solar and wind) by the year 2035.
  • San Diego, second for the third year in a row with 189 MW, has set a target of 100% renewable energy use citywide by 2035.
  • Of the 1,000 cities committed to 100% renewable energy, San Diego is a leader, with a target of 2035, and its mayor is a Republican.
  • San Diego is the largest American municipality to make a legally binding pledge to use 100% renewable energy.

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John Brian

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