As stakeholders synchronize their smart phones, state regulators are aiming resources at implementing California\u2019s mandate for a one-third renewable energy supply. Basically, regulators were urged to speed up the normally laconic statutory pace to implement new renewables--in just four months. \u201cIt\u2019s a bigger deal than people realize,\u201d Mark Ferron, California Public Utilities Commission member, told Current. Stakeholders prioritized their requests for renewables--yet from entrepreneurs to regulated utilities, they maintain that contract details for complying with the 33 percent requirement come first. Most believe they should be available from the commission by this fall. Before the end of the year, they say, details overseeing \u201cbanking\u201d renewable energy should be available. Other issues, like audits and portfolio content, would be a \u201cdistraction\u201d in the short term, while obtaining a renewable portfolio is underway, according to Southern California Edison. The commission is devoting significant resources to implementing the 33 percent mandate. While accustomed to hearings and consummate detail that can run years, the CPUC, in this case, is aiming at a quick turnaround, according to sources.