“The goals are not even remotely consistent with what the community has asked for, which was an aggressive plan to address climate change,” said Kathleen Treseder, who co-founded OC Clean Power, a group that helped build support for community choice energy.

“This is in no way aggressive,” she added. “We worked so hard to set this up and now its goals are even lower than the state mandate.”

Read more by Martin Wisckol at OC Register