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Notice of Availability
California Energy Demand 2010-2020
Staff Revised Forecast, Second Edition
Publication No. CEC-200-2009-012-SF2
Docket No. 09-IEP-1C

The staff final report, California Energy Demand 2010-2020, Staff Revised Forecast, Second Edition is prepared in support of the 2009 Integrated Energy Policy Report. The staff report presents forecasts of electricity and end-user natural gas consumption and peak electricity demand for California and for utility planning areas within the state.

This staff report will be presented for possible adoption by the California Energy Commission during the Business Meeting held Wednesday, November 18, 2009 postponed to December 2, 2009. The adopted forecasts would be used in a number of applications, including Energy Commission energy system assessments and the California Public Utilities Commission procurement planning process.

Interested parties are invited to provide comments on the report by November 13, 2009. Please include the docket reference 09-IEP-1C - Demand Forecast in the subject line or first paragraph of your comments. Those submitting comments by electronic mail should provide either Microsoft Word or Portable Document File (PDF) documents to []. Please include your name or organization in the filename. One paper copy must also be sent to the Energy Commission's Docket Unit. Parties may also submit comments in hard copy. Please hand-deliver or mail to:

California Energy Commission
Re: Docket No. 09-IEP1C
Dockets Office, MS-4
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-5504

This staff report and supporting forms with detailed forecast information in MS-Excel format are available free from the Energy Commission's website at []. A print copy is available by sending a request to:

California Energy Commission
Re: 09-IEP-0C - Staff Revised Forecast
Publications, MS-15
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-5504

News media should direct inquiries to the Media and Public Communications Office at 916-654-4989 or by e-mail at []. For technical inquiries please contact Chris Kavalec at 916-654-5184 or e-mail at [].