Time Mag: 'The renewable energy measure would require California’s utilities to generate 60 percent of their energy from wind, solar and other specific renewable sources by 2030. That’s 10 percent higher than the current mandate. The goal would then be to use only carbon-free sources to generate electricity by 2045. It’s merely a goal, with no mandate or penalty for falling short. California’s renewable energy goal is not as ambitious as Hawaii, which has adopted a 100 percent renewable energy mandate.'
Tobis: 'I think it gets the whole situation wrong and may do more harm than good by being polarizing and superficial. Most of the naysayers, and at this point there are a lot of them, believe themselves to be decent people doing the right thing. They cannot be expected to appreciate this sort of slap in the face from an official site'