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May 17, 2012
by Craig Miller
KQED News Climate Watch

State rebates could offset electrical sticker shock, finds a new study

Forcing utilities to pay for their carbon emissions, as California plans to do, will mean more costly megawatts. Six months before formal compliance with the state’s new cap & trade system begins, regulators are still sorting out what to do about that.

May 16, 2012
CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5) — Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday proposed additional, deep state budget cuts and warned once again that even more cuts lie ahead if voters in November reject his tax-hike initiative. As voters and lawmakers alike grapple with these proposals, Californians can try their hand at reducing the state’s budget gap — their own way.

April 19, 2012
by David R. Baker
San Francisco Chronicle

The annual California Green Innovation Index from public policy group Next 10 tracks the green economy's health, pulling together data on employment, patents and the rising use of renewable power. It tries to show real-world benefits of the state's global warming policies, which have helped make California a magnet for green businesses.

April 19, 2012
by Mark Glover
Sacramento Bee

Published for the fourth time since 2008 by Next 10 and compiled by Collaborative Economics Inc. in San Mateo, the 2012 California Green Innovation Index measures various economic and environmental factors, including clean-tech venture capital investment levels, clean-tech patent activity, energy productivity and renewable energy-generation levels.

April 19, 2012
by Ronald D. White
Los Angeles Times

Those are some of the findings of the 2012 California Green Innovation Index, released by the nonpartisan nonprofit group Next 10 and compiled by Collaborative Economics. The fourth edition of the index shows California setting the pace in venture capital investment, clean tech patent registration, energy productivity levels, and renewable energy generation levels.

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