Ideally, yes. California is a big state and has one of the most powerful economies in the world. The state is also progressive in sectors ranging from technology to environmental consciousness. Even though California is having financial issues and a large deficit, energy efficiency is becoming successfully incorporated into energy companies. Other states should be able to do it. Even though California has a high GDP, it does so through innovations in technology and policies. Other states are not big enough to risk failing, unlike California. Most other states are smaller in population and industry, which makes these smaller states easier to manage for efficiency.
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