SB 64, as amended, Corbett. Proposition 39: implementation.
The California Clean Energy Jobs Act, an initiative approved by the voters at the November 6, 2012, statewide general election as Proposition 39, made changes to corporate income taxes and, except as specified, provides for the transfer of $550,000,000 annually from the General Fund to the Clean Energy Job Creation Fund for 5 fiscal years beginning with the 2013-14 fiscal year. Moneys in the Clean Energy Job Creation Fund are available, upon appropriation by the Legislature, for purposes of funding eligible projects that create jobs in California improving energy efficiency and expanding clean energy generation. Existing law provides for the allocation of these funds for eligible projects at public school facilities, university and college facilities, and other public buildings and facilities, as well as job training and workforce development, and public-private partnerships, as specified.
This bill would
begin delete state the intent of the Legislature to install clean energy at public schools, universities, and colleges, and at other public buildings and facilities consistent with the California Clean Energy Jobs Actend delete.
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State-mandated local program: no.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
Division 16.4 (commencing with Section 26225)
34is added to the Public Resources Code, to read:
It is the intent of the Legislature to install clean energy
39at public schools, universities, and colleges, and at other public
P4 1buildings and facilities, consistent with the California Clean Energy
2Jobs Act (Division 16.3 (commencing with Section 26200)).