Seven cities and one county are choosing 100% Green Power as their default energy option this fall to make their communities and Southern California cleaner, healthier, and more resilient. These communities have taken an important step toward achieving significant reductions of greenhouse gas emissions and contributing to statewide clean air goals.
Starting this October, Beverly Hills, Camarillo, Claremont, Hawthorne, Redondo Beach, unincorporated Los Angeles County, and businesses in Rolling Hills Estates and South Pasadena are joining other Clean Power Alliance communities that have already established themselves as environmental champions.
Collectively, they will reduce approximately 2.3 billion pounds in greenhouse gas emissions annually and add to the growing movement of SoCal cities working together to protect our future.
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