Ninth Circuit Appeals Court Overturns Berkeley’s Ban on Gas Stoves

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Ninth Circuit Appeals Court Overturns Berkeley’s Ban on Gas Stoves​

The White House kitchen is outfitted with a commercial natural gas stove

By Katy Grimes, April 18, 2023 8:07 am

Berkeley was the first city in the United States to ban gas stoves, in 2019. This followed the 2018 passage of Senate Bill 100 by then-Senator Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles), which established the 100 Percent Clean Energy Act of 2017 increasing the 2011 Renewables Portfolio Standard requirement from 50 percent by 2030 to 60 percent, and created the policy of planning to meet all of the state’s retail electricity supply with a mix of RPS-eligible and zero-carbon resources by December 31, 2045, for a total of 100 percent clean energy.

 
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