Newsom Signs New Climate Laws, Hopes to Dominate ‘The Next Big Industry’

California’s new $53.9 billion climate agenda will allow the state to “dominate” the green industry, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Sept. 16 before signing several new bills targeting climate change passed by the state Legislature.
The governor signed the bills in Vallejo, California, alongside several state legislators at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Regional Office on Mare Island, a facility powered by green energy.
“We often talk about electricity and electric power. It’s not about electric power. It’s about economic power,” Newsom said. “Electricity is the architecture to transform and decarbonize, not just the sector but our economy. It allows us to leapfrog into low-carbon green growth. It allows us to dominate in the next big industry.”…

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