Their pending resource plan shows it adding practically no solar over the next 5 years outside of its voluntary green program.
You can believe their PR announcements, or you can believe the plans filed with regulators, but you can't realistically believe both
Lawmakers should enact a legally binding 100% clean electricity standards w/interim targets. Regulators should reject utility plans (IRPs) that aren't aligned with the utility's stated goals.
But we also can't give utilities a free pass to take credit on committing to these goals if it isn't backed up by real action -- especially if they continue to spend millions lobbying against real climate policies.