Can Los Angeles Transition to Clean Energy by 2030?
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FEATURING ALEXANDRA NAGY – Los Angeles is one of the largest cities in the United States both in size and population, and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is the largest municipally run utility in the country – which is why the results of a new study offering LA two paths to 100% renewable energy is so exciting.
Food and Water Watch teamed up with an organization called Synapse Energy Economics to study how feasible it was for the city of nearly 4 million people to rely solely on renewable energy. It turns out that LA can get there by the year 2030 – which is only 12 years away.
Read the report ‘Clean Energy for Los Angeles’, HERE.
Alexandra Nagy, Senior Organizer with Food and Water Watch which has just put out a new report called ‘Clean Energy for Los Angeles’.