California’s brimming hydroelectric-producing reservoirs in 2017 helped the state cut emissions from in-state electricity generation more than 19 percent, and emissions from imported electricity nearly 23 percent, according to research by CALMatters.
California’s brimming hydroelectric-producing reservoirs in 2017 helped the state cut emissions from in-state electricity generation more than 19 percent, and emissions from imported electricity nearly 23 percent, according to research by CALMatters. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
California’s brimming hydroelectric-producing reservoirs in 2017 helped the state cut emissions from in-state electricity generation more than 19 percent, and emissions from imported electricity nearly 23 percent, according to research by CALMatters. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
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