[It] authorizes, but doesn't actually do anything aside from creating a study to determine the feasibility and cost of buying out PG&E's electricity grid and having the city generate power."
Environmentalists have rejected Props. 7 and 10 because they are written poorly and counterproductive, but they embrace Prop. H because it simply increases renewable energy standards, includes numerous procedural safeguards, and, as Cook said, "takes a first step toward public power."
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