Event Date

Thursday, February 27, 2020
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location Name

Remote Attendance - See information below

The California Energy Commission (CEC) will conduct a webinar to showcase the Fuel Substitution Scenario Analysis Tool (FSSAT) developed by Guidehouse (formerly known as Navigant Consulting) for the CEC, to discuss additional analytical issues when examining building decarbonization, and respond to stakeholder questions.
CEC staff and representatives from Guidehouse will present FSSAT and the type of analyses and scenarios that can be used for the Building Decarbonization Assessment required by Assembly Bill (AB) 3232 (Friedman, Chapter 373, Statutes of 2018). The webinar will include discussion from California Air Resources Board (CARB) staff on the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction potential from commercial refrigeration, a discussion from CEC staff of the additional analyses needed for the assessment, and question and answer periods for webinar participants.

Documents

WebEx Recording

Public Comment

Oral comments: Staff will accept oral comments on agenda items during the webinar. Comments may be limited to three minutes per speaker and one speaker per organization. Comments will become part of the public record for this proceeding.

Written comments: Written comments must be submitted to the Docket Unit by
5:00 p.m. on March 13, 2020. Written comments will also be accepted at the webinar; however, the CEC may not have time to review them before the conclusion of the meeting.
Written and oral comments, attachments, and associated contact information (including names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses) become part of the viewable public record. This information may also become available via any Internet search engine.

The CEC encourages use of its electronic commenting system. Visit https://efiling.energy.ca.gov/Lists/DocketLog.aspx?docketnumber=19-DECA…, which links to the comment page for this docket. Select or enter a proceeding to be taken to the “Add Comment” page. Enter your contact information and a comment title describing the subject of your comment(s). Comments may be included in the “Comment Text” box or attached in a downloadable, searchable Microsoft® Word (.doc, .docx) or Adobe® Acrobat® (.pdf) file. Maximum file size is 10 MB.

Written comments may also be submitted by email. Include the docket number 19-DECARB-01 and “Decarbonization” in the subject line and send to docket@energy.ca.gov.
If preferred, a paper copy of comments may be submitted to:


California Energy Commission
Docket Unit, MS-4
Re: Docket No. 19-DECARB-01
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-5512