The State of California is the largest owner and operator of buildings within California, managing over 10,000 structures, and uses more than a billion kWh of electricity a year. California has some of the most ambitious goals related to greenhouse gas reduction, zero net energy and renewable energy of any state. California state agencies are leading the way with renewable energy at state facilities and in 2016, more than doubled the amount of renewable energy used, coming from renewable sources either onsite or through the purchase of third-party certified renewable energy certificates. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is the largest California state agency producer of onsite renewable energy with solar installations at 12 state prisons in 2017, and is a large purchaser of green energy as well. The Department of General Services (DGS) is one of the largest public entities of green power purchases in the country. DGS entered into a twenty-year agreement with Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) to purchase almost 73 GWh of dedicated solar power generation beginning January 2018, to go along with 10.2 GWh from a 2016 agreement. The remaining approximately 60 GWh of electricity used by DGS in SMUD territory is purchased through a SMUD Greenergy 3-year agreement and includes green power from generators operating in California. Combined, these sources account for 100 percent of DGS’ electric use in SMUD territory. Currently there is 45MW of on-site renewable energy capacity installed at state facilities with efforts underway to have well over 100MW installed by 2020.