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Solar Industry Battered By New California Rules

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Solar panels and wind turbines in desert with mountains in the distance.
Solar panels and wind turbines in Palm Springs. State officials project that, over the next 20 years, California will need about 30 times more electric vehicles, six times more household electric appliances to replace gas appliances and four times more wind and solar generation capacity. (Murat Taner/Getty Images)

More Layoffs Expected As California’s Solar Industry Struggles

California’s solar industry is facing tough times after state utility regulators changed the rules for rooftop solar last spring. Sales are down and layoffs are up.
Reporter: Erik Anderson, KPBS  

Environmental Report Released On Delta Tunnel Project

The Department of Water Resources has released a final environmental impact report for the Delta tunnel project. The project would pump more water from northern to southern California, but is not without its share of critics.
Reporter: Manola Secaira, CapRadio

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