Towards 100% Clean Energy: Supporters for SB 100

Californians from all walks of life stand together to demand our lawmakers enact a 100% clean energy vision for our state. SB 100, the California Clean Energy Act, sets a path to 100% clean electricity by 2045 with broad support from diverse communities, elected leaders and officials, and organizations across our state. We’re calling for urgent climate action and healthier communities, local jobs and a stronger new energy economy, and a better world for future generations. See who’s standing for a 100% clean energy California.

Act Now for 100%

SB 100 has passed the State Senate.
Now it’s up to the Assembly to pass this critical bill for California’s future.
Take action for 100%: Tell your Assemblymember to pass SB 100 now.

Elected & Local Officials

Cities & Towns

Our elected leadership, local officials, and cities and towns across California are calling for a 100% clean energy future for the state – and building a clean energy California today through local action.

State Legislature

SB 100 passed the Senate and is now up for passage in the Assembly.

See SB 100’s progress through the State Legislature and votes

Cities & Municipalities

Enrique Fernandez
Mayor of Woodland

Evelia Genera
Former Trustee Woodland JUSD

Paul Koretz (D)
Los Angeles City Councilmember – District 5

David Ryu (D)
Los Angeles City Councilmember – District 4

Don Saylor
Yolo County Supervisor – District 2

City of Santa Monica

Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame

Political Organizations

California Democratic State Central Committee delegates support SB 100

Green Party of Santa Clarita County
Peninsula Democratic Coalition
Santa Clara County Democratic Club

Sunnyvale Democratic Club
The Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club

Government Offices

Center for Sustainable Energy
Imperial Irrigation District

Office of Ratepayer Advocates
Southern California Public Power Authority

Environment & Climate Action

Environmental Justice

Our communities and our nation can’t wait for clean energy action. We stand together to fight climate change, protect our environment, and transition to a just energy system with 100% clean energy for all – including our frontline communities that bear the greatest impacts of polluting fossil fuels.

Environment, Climate Action, & Environmental Justice Organizations

350 Bay Area
350 Conejo/San Fernando Valley
350 Long Beach
350 Riverside
350 Sacramento
350 Silicon Valley
350 South Bay Los Angeles
Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet
Asian Pacific Environmental Network
Audubon California
California Coastal Protection Network
California Environmental Justice Alliance
California League of Conservation Voters
California Low Carbon Fuel and Energy Coalition
Californians for Effective, Equitable Carbon Pricing (CALFACT)
CalPIRG
Carbon Cycle Institute
Carbon Free Mountain View
Carbon Free Palo Alto
Carbon Free Silicon Valley
Center for Climate Change and Health
Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice
Central Valley Air Quality Coalition
Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Pasadena Foothills Chapter
Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Alameda Chapter
Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Santa Clarita Chapter
Clean Power Campaign
Clean Water Action

Climate Action Campaign
Climate Hawks Vote
Coalition for Clean Air
Courage Campaign
Earthjustice
Environment California
Environmental Defense Center
Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Working Group
Fix the Grid Coalition
Fossil Free California
Fossil Free Stanford
Friends of the Earth US
Greenlining Institute
Menlo Spark
Natural Resources Defense Council
NextGen California
Pesticide Action Network – Planning and Conservation League
San Diego 350 Climate Action
Sierra Club California
SoCal 350 Climate Action
Sunflower Alliance
The Nature Conservancy
The Trust for Public Land
Union of Concerned Scientists
Vote Solar
Wholly H2O

Community, Students, Faith, Health

Communities across California are driving the charge for 100%, with faith, health, and student voices calling for bold commitments. Our active and engaged youth leaders are driving action in schools and on campus.

 

Community & Student Organizations and Local Groups

Asian Law Alliance
California Bicycle Coalition
California Black Health Network
California Community Choice Association
California Compost Coalition
California ReLeaf
Californians Against Waste
CALPIRG Students Association
Center on Race, Poverty & The Environment
Comite Progreso de Lamont
Comite ROSAS
Committee for a Better Arvin
Committee for a Better Shafter
Freenfield Walking Group
Human Agenda
Human Impact Partners
LEAD Filipino

Mono Lake Committee
Mothers Out Front Orange County
Mothers Out Front South Bay/San Jose
No Coal in Oakland
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center
Save The Bay
Silicon Valley Community United
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Students for a Sustainable Stanford
Sunnyvale Cool
Sustainable San Mateo County
Sustainable Silicon Valley Bruce Naegel
Transition Palo Alto
Transition Pasadena
Voices for Progress

Alameda County Interfaith Climate Action Network
American Muslim Voice Foundation
Anne Marie Oldham, Sustainability Director – Saint James Academy, Solana Beach
Berkeley Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
Buddhist Peace Fellowship – Humboldt, CA Chapter
California Catholic Conference
California Church Impact
California Interfaith Power and Light
Central Coast Friends Meeting – San Luis Obispo
Congregation Beth David, Social Action Committee – San Luis Obispo
Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes
Delta Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends – Stockton
Episcopal Diocese of San Diego
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – Green Faith Team of Southwest California Synod
First Congregational Church, UCC – Palo Alto
First Presbytarian Church – Cool Planet Working Group
Foothills United Methodist Church – La Mesa
Friends Committee on Legislation of California
Glen G. Scorgie, PhD, Professor of Theology and Ethics – Bethel University, San Diego
Green Faith Team of Southwest California Synod – Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Harry Watkins, Ph.D, Professor of Strategy and Sustainability – Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego
Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church – San Jose
Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County – Interfaith Climate Action Network
Kehilla Community Synagogue, Piedmont

Lutheran Church of the Incarnation – Davis
Lutheran Office of Public Policy
Marin Interfaith Climate Action
Mendocino Friends Meeting
National Council of Jewish Women – California
Peninsula Interfaith Climate Action (PICA)
PICO California
Progressive Christians Uniting
Quaker Earthcare Witness
Rabbi Leah Lewis – Redondo Beach
Rabbi Rebekah Stern – Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Ron Stern – Los Angeles
Rabbi Suzanne Singer – Riverside
Reform California – Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
Sacramento Friends Meeting
San Diego Compassionate Communication Community
San José Friends Meeting
Seventh Generation Interfaith Inc.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church – San Diego
St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Convener of Simpler Living Ministry – San Diego
Strawberry Creek Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends – Berkeley
Temple Beth El – Aptos, CA
Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
Temple Israel – Stockton
Temple Judea – Tarzana
Temple Solel – Cardiff By The Sea
Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
Unitarian Universalist Earth Justice
Unitarian Universalist Society of Sacramento
Yolo Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice

Health & Medical Associations

Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
America Lung Association in California
American Academy of Pediatrics
American College of Physicians
American Lung Association in California
California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health
California Public Health Association North
California Thoracic Society
Center for Environmental Health
Center for Food Safety
Dignity Health

Fresno Madera Medical Society
Health Care Without Harm
Health Group
Merced Mariposa Asthma Coalition
Physicians for Social Responsibility – San Francisco Bay Area Chapter
Prevention Institute
Providence St. Joseph Health
Public Health Institute
Regional Asthma Management and Prevention
San Francisco Asthma Task Force

Businesses

Our homegrown clean energy industry is ready for 100%. California’s solar, wind, geothermal, and green building workers and companies can power our transition to 100% with jobs and economic opportunity.

Businesses & Industry Associations

8minutenergyrenewables
Adobe
Advanced Energy Economy
American Wind Energy Association California Caucus
Annie’s Homegrown
AquaHydrex
Autodesk
Ben & Jerry’s
Berkshire Hathaway Energy
Boston Common Asset Management
Burton Snowboards
California Biomass Energy Alliance
California Building and Construction Trades
California Business Alliance for a Clean Economy
California Solar Industries Association
California Wind Energy Association
Ceres
Clean Energy Fuels
Clif Bar & Company
Controlled Thermal Resources
CYRQ
Domini Impact Investments LLC
E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs)
EDF Renewable Energy
EnergySource, LLC
Fetzer Vineyards
First Solar, Inc.
Friends Fiduciary Corporation
Gap Inc.
Geothermal Energy Association
Green Century Capital Management
Independent Energy Producers Assn.
Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure
Large Scale Solar Association
Levi Strauss & Co.
Los Angeles Business Council
Macroclimate

Mars Incorporated
Nature’s Path Foods
Nestlè
New Belgium Brewing
New York City Comptroller
Nike, Inc.
Outdoor Industry Association
Pax World Management
Progressive Investment Management
Proterra
Salesforce
Service Employees International Union Master Trust
Seventh Generation
Seventh Generation Advisors
Sierra Business Council
Sierra Club Foundation
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Solar Energy Industries Association
SolEd Benefit Corp
Squaw Valley Ski Holdings
Sunpower
Symantec Corporation
The Christopher Reynolds Foundation
The North Face
The Sustainability Group at Loring, Wolcott and Coolidge
Timberland
Trillium Asset Management
U.S. Green Building Council
Unilever
Vail Resorts
Veris Wealth Partners
VF Corporation
VMware
Walden Asset Management
Westlands Solar Park
Workday

All Supporters of SB 100

350 Bay Area
350 Conejo/San Fernando Valley
350 Long Beach
350 Riverside
350 Sacramento
350 Silicon Valley
350 South Bay Los Angeles
8minutenergyrenewables
Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet
Adobe
Advanced Energy Economy
Alameda County Interfaith Climate Action Network
Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
America Lung Association in California
American Academy of Pediatrics
American College of Physicians
American Lung Association in California
American Muslim Voice Foundation
American Wind Energy Association California Caucus
Anne Marie Oldham, Sustainability Director - Saint James Academy, Solana Beach
Annie’s Homegrown
AquaHydrex
Asian Law Alliance
Asian Pacific Environmental Network
Audubon California
Autodesk
Azul
Ben & Jerry’s
Berkeley Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
Berkshire Hathaway Energy
Boston Common Asset Management
Buddhist Peace Fellowship - Humboldt, CA Chapter
Burton Snowboards
California Bicycle Coalition
California Biomass Energy Alliance
California Black Health Network
California Building and Construction Trades
California Business Alliance for a Clean Economy
California Catholic Conference
California Church Impact
California Coastal Protection Network
California Community Choice Association
California Compost Coalition
California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health
California Environmental Justice Alliance
California Interfaith Power and Light
California League of Conservation Voters
California Low Carbon Fuel and Energy Coalition
California Public Health Association North
California ReLeaf
California Solar Industries Association
California Thoracic Society
California Wind Energy Association
Californians Against Waste
Californians for Effective, Equitable Carbon Pricing (CALFACT)
CalPIRG
Carbon Cycle Institute
Carbon Free Mountain View
Carbon Free Palo Alto
Carbon Free Silicon Valley
Center for Climate Change and Health
Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice
Center for Environmental Health
Center for Food Safety
Center for Sustainable Energy
Center on Race, Poverty & The Environment
Central Coast Friends Meeting - San Luis Obispo
Central Valley Air Quality Coalition
Ceres
Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
Citizens' Climate Lobby - Pasadena Foothills Chapter
Citizens’ Climate Lobby - Alameda Chapter
Citizens’ Climate Lobby - Santa ClaritaChapter
City of Santa Monica
Clean Energy Fuels
Clean Power Campaign
Clean Water Action
Clif Bar & Company
Climate Action Campaign
Climate Hawks Vote
Coalition for Clean Air
Comite Progreso de Lamont
Comite ROSAS
Committee for a Better Arvin
Committee for a Better Shafter
Congregation Beth David, Social Action Committee - San Luis Obispo
Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes
Controlled Thermal Resources
Courage Campaign
CYRQ
Delta Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends - Stockton
Dignity Health
Don Saylor, Yolo County Supervisor - District 2
Domini Impact Investments LLC
E2 (Environmental Entrepeneurs)
Earthjustice
EDF Renewable Energy
EnergySource, LLC
Enrique Fernandez, Mayor of Woodland
Environment California
Environmental Defense Center
Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Working Group
Episcopal Diocese of San Diego
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America - Green Faith Team of Southwest California Synod
Evelia Genera, Former Trustee Woodland JUSD
Fetzer Vineyards
First Congregational Church, UCC - Palo Alto
First Presbytarian Church - Cool Planet Working Group
First Solar, Inc.
Fix the Grid Coalition
Foothills United Methodist Church - La Mesa
Fossil Free California
Fossil Free Stanford
Freenfield Walking Group
Fresno Madera Medical Society
Friends Committee on Legislation of California
Friends Fiduciary Corporation
Friends of the Earth US
Gap Inc.
Geothermal Energy Association
Glen G. Scorgie, PhD, Professor of Theology and Ethics - Bethel University, San Diego
Green Century Capital Management
Green Faith Team of Southwest California Synod - Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Green Party of Santa Clara County
Greenlining Institute

Harry Watkins, Ph.D, Professor of Strategy and Sustainability - Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego
Health Care Without Harm
Health Group
Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church - San Jose
Human Agenda
Human Impact Partners
Imperial Irrigation District
Independent Energy Producers Assn.
Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County - Interfaith Climate Action Network
Kehilla Community Synagogue, Piedmont
Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure
Large Scale Solar Association
LEAD Filipino
Levi Strauss & Co.
Los Angeles Business Council
Lutheran Church of the Incarnation - Davis
Lutheran Office of Public Policy
Macroclimate
Marin Interfaith Climate Action
Mars Incorporated
Mendocino Friends Meeting
Menlo Spark
Merced Mariposa Asthma Coalition
Mono Lake Committee
Mothers Out Front
Mothers Out Front Orange County
Mothers Out Front South Bay/San Jose
National Council of Jewish Women - California
Natural Resources Defense Council
Nature’s Path Foods
Nestlè
New Belgium Brewing
New York City Comptroller
NextGen California
Nike, Inc.
No Coal in Oakland
Office of Ratepayer Advocates
Outdoor Industry Association
Pax World Management
Peninsula Democratic Coalition
Peninsula Interfaith Climate Action (PICA)
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center
Pesticide Action Network - Planning and Conservation League
Physicians for Social Responsibility - San Francisco Bay Area Chapter
PICO California
Prevention Institute
Progressive Christians Uniting
Progressive Investment Management
Proterra
Providence St. Joseph Health
Public Health Institute
Quaker Earthcare Witness
Rabbi Leah Lewis - Redondo Beach
Rabbi Rebekah Stern - Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Ron Stern - Los Angeles
Rabbi Suzanne Singer - Riverside
Reform California - Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
Regional Asthma Management and Prevention
Sacramento Friends Meeting
Salesforce
San Diego 350 Climate Action
San Diego Compassionate Communication Community
San Francisco Asthma Task Force
San José Friends Meeting
Santa Clara County Democratic Club
Save The Bay
Service Employees International Union Master Trust
Seventh Generation
Seventh Generation Advisors
Seventh Generation Interfaith Inc.
Sierra Business Council
Sierra Club California
Sierra Club Foundation
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Silicon Valley Community United
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
SoCal 350 Climate Action
Solar Energy Industries Association
SolEd Benefit Corp
Southern California Public Power Authority
Squaw Valley Ski Holdings
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church - San Diego
St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Convener of Simpler Living Ministry - San Diego
Strawberry Creek Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends - Berkeley
Students for a Sustainable Stanford
Sunflower Alliance
Sunnyvale Cool
Sunnyvale Democratic Club
Sunpower
Sustainable San Mateo County
Sustainable Silicon Valley Bruce Naegel
Symantec Corporation
Temple Beth El - Aptos, CA
Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
Temple Israel - Stockton
Temple Judea - Tarzana
Temple Solel - Cardiff By The Sea
The Christopher Reynolds Foundation
The Nature Conservancy
The North Face
The Sustainability Group at Loring, Wolcott and Coolidge
The Trust for Public Land
The Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club
Timberland
Transition Palo Alto
Transition Pasadena
Trillium Asset Management
U.S. Green Building Council
Unilever
Union of Concerned Scientists
Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
Unitarian Universalist Earth Justice
Unitarian Universalist Society of Sacramento
Vail Resorts
Veris Wealth Partners
VF Corporation
VMware
Voices for Progress
Vote Solar
Walden Asset Management
Westlands Solar Park
Wholly H2O
Workday
Yolo Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice

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The best way to show your support for 100% clean energy in California is to take action now! Tell your Assembly Member to pass SB 100 and set a goal to power California with 100% clean electricity by 2045.

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