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How to cut carbon emissions at home: Mendocino County’s default electric utility is mandated to help

How to cut carbon emissions at home: Mendocino County’s default electric utility is mandated to help

Ukiah Daily Journal

By Suzanne Pletcher

Article snippet: Jim Tarbell is on the front lines of Mendocino County citizens’ efforts to combat climate change. He and wife Judy drive a plug-in hybrid electric car, installed a solar system and car charger and run their Caspar household on 100 percent EverGreen electricity from local solar and geothermal renewable energy through Mendocino County’s default electric utility, Sonoma Clean Power...

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