Final 2019 Integrated Energy Policy Report
The Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) is the state's principal energy policy report. The 2019 IEPR provides an analysis of:
- Electricity sector trends.
- Building decarbonization and energy efficiency.
- Zero-emission vehicles.
- Energy equity.
- Climate change adaptation.
- Electricity reliability in Southern California.
- Natural gas assessment.
- Electricity, natural gas, and transportation energy demand forecasts.
Senate Bill 1389 (SB 1389, Bowen and Sher, Chapter 568, Statutes of 2002) requires the California Energy Commission (CEC) to:
"[C]onduct assessments and forecasts of all aspects of energy industry supply, production, transportation, delivery and distribution, demand, and prices. The [CEC] shall use these assessments and forecasts to develop energy policies that conserve resources, protect the environment, ensure energy reliability, enhance the state's economy, and protect public health and safety." (Pub. Res. Code § 25301(a)).
The CEC adopts an Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR, pronounced eye'-per) every two years and an update every other year.
2019 IEPR Scoping Order
- Pacific Gas and Electric Company Comments 2019 Draft Scoping Memo Comments TN-227234
- EVgo Comments on Draft Scoping Order TN-227200
- California Hydrogen Business Council Comments on IEPR 2019 Scoping Memo TN-227199
- Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility Comments CEC review of expedited transfer of Diablo Canyon spent nuclear fuel to dry cask storage TN-227198
- Ygrene Comments On the 2019 Integrated Energy Policy Report Scoping Order TN-227196
- Southern California Gas Company on 2019 Scoping Order TN-227195
- Sierra Club's Written Comments for 2019 IEPR Draft Scoping Plan TN-227190
- Independent Energy Producers Comments on Scope of IEPR TN-227187
- The Integrated Renewable Energy Systems Network's Comments on Local Energy Collaboration TN-227183
This proceeding consists of the following dockets: