• Despite the fact that California has surpassed the interim goal of having at least 33 percent of electricity generated from Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS)-eligible sources, California is at risk of missing the 50 percent RPS goals by 2026. Based on the recent five year performance, it is likely that California would need an additional three years to reach the 2026 target, as the annual average growth rate needed was revised upward to 8.3 percent in 2021 (7.8% in 2020 and 6.1% in 2018). Overall, California is in a somewhat better position to meet the 2030 goal of 60 percent, which would require increasing renewable growth by 6.7% annually, compared to 8.3% needed to reach the 2026 goal.