First off, PG&E has asked a bankruptcy judge for the authority to nullify billions of dollars in energy contracts.  More importantly, contracts with eco friendly solar and wind farms

PG&E, California’s solar and wind projects at risk in PG&E bankruptcy?

Firstly, the NextEra Energy wind turbines are seen from this drone view along Flynn Road North near Altamont Pass in Livermore, California. Picture on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

PAUL ROGERS | Bay Area News Group

To begin, California has the most far-reaching renewable energy laws in United States.

In conclusion however and more importantly, the bankruptcy filing Tuesday. None other then by the state’s biggest electric utility, PG&E. Therefore major questions are arising about whether California will be able to meet its ambitious targets. Finally and more noteworthy are the targets for solar, wind and other types of green electricity. Especially in the years ahead.

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