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Under Governor Jerry Brown, California has rarely foregone an opportunity to demonstrate leadership when it comes to aggressive renewable energy policies. So why did California’s landmark Senate Bill (SB) 100 to accelerate and expand California’s RPS targets fail? A combination of concerns among the state’s investor-owned utilities about potential rate, cost allocation and competitive impacts, and diffuse opposition from their labor unions, appears to be to blame. Karbone has co-authored this update with John Nimmons, an attorney with long experience in California energy law and policy, to round up the most recent legislative session and address key topics of emerging interest to the market.