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Calif. Bill Would Boost Renewable Energy

United Press International

A bill in California would allow cities to designate areas as renewable energy zones and redirect property taxes to renewable energy projects, its sponsor says.

State Assemblyman Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, said the areas would be required to generate at least 10 megawatts of renewable energy, then the city could create a financing district in the area and use the funds collected "for the purpose of promoting renewable energy projects," the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday

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