California consumers have paid $700 million for research on clean and efficient energy. But a legislative analyst says the money has not been well spent and urges that the program be overhauled or killed.
California electricity users have paid $700 million in surcharges for research on clean and efficient energy production, but not all of the money may have been well spent and the program should be overhauled or killed, state officials say in a new report.
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