Joint Agency Workshop on Methodologies to Establish POU Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets

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The California Energy Commission and the California Air Resources Board (ARB) will jointly conduct a workshop to discuss potential methodologies to establish greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction targets for 2030 to be used by California’s local publicly owned electric utilities (POUs) when preparing their individual integrated resource plans (IRP), as mandated by Senate Bill 350, the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015 (de León, Chapter 547, Statutes of 2015). SB 350 calls for the ARB to establish 2030 GHG reduction targets in coordination with the Energy Commission and California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The workshop is being conducted as part of the 2017 Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) proceeding.

The Lead Commissioner for the 2017 IEPR, Robert B. Weisenmiller, will conduct the workshop jointly with the ARB. Other Commissioners at the Energy Commission and the CPUC may also attend and participate in the workshop. A quorum of Commissioners from the CPUC and/or the Energy Commission may be in attendance, but no votes will be taken.

Monday, April 17, 2017
1:00 p.m.

CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION
1516 Ninth Street
First Floor, Art Rosenfeld Hearing Room
Sacramento, California
(Wheelchair Accessible)

Participation will be by computer or phone via WebEx

Presentations and audio from the meeting will be broadcast via our WebEx web meeting service. For additional details on how to participate via WebEx, please see the notice & Agenda at: https://efiling.energy.ca.gov/getdocument.aspx?tn=216783

Computer Log on with a Direct Phone Number:

https://energy.webex.com/energy/onstage/g.php?MTID=ed4a6f658a931289179bc58a02756baf1

Or please go to https://energy.webex.com and enter the unique meeting number
928 296 556

A password is not necessary to join the meeting

For More Information:
http://www.energy.ca.gov/2017_energypolicy/documents/index.html#04172017

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