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Without doing a lot of research, my guess would be that quite a few states have passed laws similar to the one the was passed in Colorado. In 2006, Arizona's Corporate Commission issued a rule that would require utilities to get 15% of their power from renewable sources by 2015:
Since Arizona gets more sunshine than any other state, a proposition was on the ballot last year (Prop 127) that would have raised that percentage to 50% by 2013. The "promo" is listed below:
The largest utility in the state (APS) spent $30 million to defeat the proposition, and it got voted down by a large margin. APS's profit in 2017, incidentally, was $488 million, so many of us felt like we were being taken advantage of by a large corporation.
However, the defeat of Prop 127 is not the disaster that we all feared. Due to the fact that the prices of storage batteries have gone down substantially, APS will be investing nearly $1 billion in batteries in order to INCREASE its use of renewable energy. That's a concept that Trump does not understand since he thinks we won't be able to watch television if the wind isn't blowing.
My favorite Superbowl ad this year was the one by Budweiser, which heralded the fact that the company is now brewing all of their beer using 100% wind energy.
I'm not a big fan of "regular" Budweiser, but I DO like some of the other beers they produce, like Shocktop, and the stuff that has been stored in Jim Beam barrels is actually very good.