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SDG&E Struggles to Provide Alternative Energy

In 2002, California ordered the state's energy suppliers to get 20 percent of their power from renewable sources, like solar, wind and biomass, by 2010. With the deadline fast approaching, there are

SDG&E Struggles to Provide Alternative Energy

Alan Ray : For San Diego Gas & Electric, it almost seems like a case of  the faster they go, the more behind they get.

Six years ago, the State of California set a deadline requiring the state's utilities to get more of their energy from renewable resources, and to meet the target by 2010, or face fines for the failure.

For SDG&E, getting there is not half the fun.

Guest

  • Amita Sharma , KPBS reporter.
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