Save the date for two special events this December to celebrate the CEC’s 45th anniversary. Established in 1975 by the Warren‐Alquist Act to respond to the energy crisis of the early 1970s, the agency’s research, programs and policies remain crucial today as the state plans for 100% clean energy and carbon neutrality by mid-century while it faces increasing impacts from the climate emergency including record heatwaves, wildfires, and unprecedented strain on the electricity grid.
On Monday, December 7, the CEC will host a virtual event featuring energy leaders reflecting on the CEC’s 45 year history of delivering results on key energy policies and looking ahead to future possibilities as California continues leading the transition to a clean energy future that’s reliable, resilient, affordable, and equitable for all.
Then on Thursday, December 10, the CEC will host the inaugural Clean Energy Hall of Fame Awards honoring the leadership and outstanding achievements of the array of individuals that help advance the work of the CEC and California’s clean energy goals. The awards aim to motivate and inspire all stakeholders to continue contributing to California to a 100 percent clean energy future for all by 2045.
Join the event via Zoom: https://energy.zoom.us/j/95740847914?pwd=SXBWUTZHSVlXbXNPZHBjSk54UkNnUT09
To join by phone, dial:
+1 213 338 8477 or 877 853 5257 (Toll Free)
Webinar ID: 957 4084 7914
International numbers available: https://energy.zoom.us/u/abvGYyMpzQ