Sacramento, Calif. : Office of the Legislative Analyst, 2012.
16 p. ; 28 cm.
"December 19, 2012."
Mac Taylor, Legislative Analyst."
"California currently maintains over a dozen major programs that are intended to support the development of energy efficiency and alternative energy in the state. Over the past 10 to 15 years, the state has spent a combined total of roughly $15 billion on such efforts, the vast majority of which has been funded by utility ratepayers. The state's incentive programs generally fall into one of the four following categories: (1) energy efficiency programs, (2) renewable energy programs, (3) alternative transportation and low-carbon fuels programs, and (4) energy research programs. In response to the Supplemental Report of the 2012-13 Budget Package, this report provides an overview of the these different programs, as well as a preliminary assessment of them in terms of priority, overlap, and redundancy."
Online version: California. Legislature. Joint Legislative Budget Committee. Legislative Analyst. Energy efficiency and alternative energy programs. Sacramento, CA : Legislative Analyst's Office,  (OCoLC)826659671