The California Senate Tuesday approved a bill that will eventually require all energy providers, including municipal and public utilities, to get 33% of their energy from clean renewable energy sources by 2020.

The state’s current renewable portfolio law only applies to investor-owned utilities and requires them to procure 20% of their energy from renewable sources by 2010.

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