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Funding For Energy Programs Are Now Insisted By California Lawmakers

Funding For Energy Programs Are Now Insisted By California Lawmakers (Photo:

California lawmakers are now urging the government to fund energy programs within the country.

Inside the California Statehouse (Photo: Los Angeles Times)

California Lawmakers Urge The U.S. Government To Fund Energy Programs

In the talks over the FY24 funding, U.S. Reps. Jimmy Gomez (D-CA), Adam Schiff (D-CA), and Nanette Barragán (D-CA) are pleading with House and Senate leadership to support the National Clean Energy Incubator Program and the Department of Energy’s Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations (OCED). California lawmakers highly believe that these energy programs would be highly beneficial to both the industry and the environment once they are approved and would receive funding.

Lawmakers believe that these programs deserve to be funded as they provide an opportunity to bring innovative technology to the public and to the market. Also, these energy programs would also give way for the creation of jobs nationwide and perhaps even new industries in the working sector. Lastly, these energy programs would allow for the development of clean and renewable energy in the country, which would also advocate the organic and economic growth of various communities within the country.

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The Funding Asked By California Lawmakers In Their Energy Programs

The California members who requested funding for the mentioned energy programs are asking for a $15 million and $109 million budget for the National Clean Energy Incubator Program and OCED, respectively. They also asked for an additional $20 million budget for non-profit incubators that supports energy innovation.

“The National Clean Energy Incubator Program and OCED are crucial to growing the kind of clean energy innovation necessary to improve American national security and economic competitiveness while addressing the climate catastrophe. In the FY24 appropriations cycle, we humbly request your support for both,” they stated.

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