California Achieves Record Streak of 100% Renewable Energy Days

California has achieved a significant milestone in renewable energy, with wind, solar, and hydro power meeting 100% of the state’s energy demand for 25 out of the last 32 days. This sustained success, a first in the state’s history, highlights the feasibility of transitioning away from fossil fuels to cleaner sources.

Stanford University professor Mark Z. Jacobson, a prominent advocate for renewable energy, has been documenting these achievements, noting the unprecedented nature of California’s consistent renewable energy usage. Despite ongoing reliance on non-renewable energy sources, California’s progress demonstrates the potential for a future powered entirely by clean energy. Jacobson predicts that the state will achieve a permanent 100% WindWaterSolar energy mix by 2035, challenging previous skepticism about the stability of such a transition.