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Sonoma Given “Solar Champion” Award

Sonoma – Environment California awarded Mayor Steve Barbose and the City of Sonoma with a “2009 Solar Champion” award for having one of the largest concentrations ofsolar power in the state. According to Environment California, Sonoma has more than 250 solar roofs totaling more than 3,000 kilowatts of solar power capacity. This solar power concentration ranks Sonoma 5th in the state for solar power per capita.

News Release | Environment California

Sonoma Given “Solar Champion” Award

Environment California awarded Mayor Steve Barbose and the City of Sonoma with a “2009 Solar Champion” award for having one of the largest concentrations of solar power in the state.

News Release | Environment California

California Adopts Nation’s First Energy Efficiency Standards for TV’s

Sacramento – The California Energy Commission (CEC) passed the nation’s first energy efficiency standards for televisions.

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California Adopts Nation’s First Energy Efficiency Standards for TVs

The California Energy Commission (CEC) passed the nation’s first energy efficiency standards for televisions. The standards are expected to save consumers an estimated $1 billion per year, cut smog-forming air pollution by 876 tons per year and cut global warming pollution by more than 3 million tons per year.

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Environment California joins Gov. Schwarzenegger and Secretary Salazar to Clear Way for More Clean Energy

Further laying the groundwork for California to reach its environmental goals, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar in order to expedite the siting of California renewable energy projects.

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