CALIFORNIA (KYMA, KECY / CNN) – California wants to move to more efficient ways to use energy.
Shannon Eddie, president of a consulting firm that provides progressive policy solutions, says: “Our future energy network will be powered by solar, wind, sea wind and land wind, geothermal, biomass, hydrogen utilization and hydropower. we have water “.
In California, 3 million homes use solar energy, but that number needs to be increased to 10 million.
Climate Central has collected data showing that California produces more than a third of the country’s solar energy.
The cost of solar energy production has decreased by 85 percent since 2010.
Challenges faced by solar energy include storage to produce energy and constant exposure to the sun.