Clean-tech push exposes rift within business community.
SACRAMENTO ? Californians could eventually see subtle and dramatic innovations in grocery stores, new-car showrooms and kitchens if Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and leading Democrats agree on legislation aimed at slowing global warming. Venture capitalists and entrepreneurs say a commitment from the state to regulate greenhouse gases would send a confidence-building signal to the marketplace, spurring a clean-tech revolution on par with the surge in high-tech and biotech that has helped drive California's economy.