The California Energy Commission intends to disburse another $100 million to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, according to the agency\u2019s investment plan update debuted in a workshop Nov. 12. \u201cOne hundred million seems like a lot of money, but put it up against a $3 trillion economy\u201d it isn\u2019t that much of a dent, said Jim McKinney, commission supervisor, emerging fuels & technologies. He added the state expects to spend over $1.5 billion to reduce greenhouse gases from vehicles by 2024. The commission is undertaking new investments in greenhouse gas reduction through vehicle fuels as a part of its Integrated Energy Policy Report, said commissioner Janea Scott. She added the newest draft of the policy is out for comment. Money for the clean transportation program is collected under a statute that levied a fee on motorists. The law, AB 118, has been in force since 2007. The Energy Commission updates its plan for spending the money on an annual basis. The table below details planned and recent spending under the law.