The California Energy Commission (CEC) will jointly conduct a workshop with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to solicit input from stakeholders to inform the scope of the joint agency report required by Senate Bill (SB) 100, the “100 Percent Clean Energy Act of 2018” (de León, Chapter 312, Statutes of 2018).
CEC Chair David Hochschild will conduct this workshop with CARB Executive Officer Richard Corey and CPUC Commissioner Liane Randolph. A quorum of commissioners may be in attendance, but no votes will be taken
The workshop will include opening comments from SB 100 agency principals, including SB 100 alignment with other state efforts, such as economy-wide decarbonization, integrated resource planning, and promoting a safe, reliable, and equitable energy future for all Californians.
Staff from the three agencies will present context for the report process, including CARB’s Climate Change Scoping Plan and an overview of CPUC and CEC clean energy programs. Staff will outline the report development process, describing report requirements, interagency coordination, public engagement, and topical workshop planning. Additionally, staff will discuss key scoping questions for the joint agency report, as well as key energy issues for the Central Valley to be considered in the process.
This will be followed by public comment. Following public comment, the principals will provide closing remarks.
Notice and Agenda
- SB 100 Report Central Valley Scoping Workshop
- Turlock Irrigation District SB 100 Workshop - Central Valley
- Leadership Counsel - SB 100 Central Valley Workshop
Oral comments. Commissioners will accept oral comments at the end of the workshop. Public comments may be limited to three minutes or less per speaker and to one person per organization. If participating via WebEx, use the “raise hand feature” so the administrator can introduce you and unmute your microphone after comments from the floor.
Written comments must be submitted to the Docket Unit by 5:00 p.m. on October 14, 2019.
Written and oral comments, attachments, and associated contact information (including address, phone number, and email address) will become part of the public record of this proceeding with access available via any internet search engine.
For the SB 100 Joint Agency Report, the CEC encourages use of its electronic commenting system. Visit https://efiling.energy.ca.gov/Ecomment/Ecomment.aspx?docketnumber=19-SB-100, 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 as a downloadable, searchable in Microsoft® Word (.doc, .docx) or Adobe® Acrobat® (.pdf) file. Maximum file size is 10 MB.
Fresno Council of Governments
2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201
Fresno, CA 93721
Sequoia Conference Room