Event Date

Tuesday, January 31, 2023
10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Location Name

Remote Access Only

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The California Energy Commission (CEC) will host a remote-access workshop to solicit comments on California’s evolving economic and demographic landscape. The workshop provides an opportunity for commissioners, energy demand forecasters, CEC staff, and stakeholders to obtain further insight on possible state economic outcomes. The information gained from this workshop will enhance the 2023 California Energy Demand Forecast. 

 

This workshop is part of the 2023 Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) proceeding. Commissioner Patty Monahan is the CEC’s Lead Commissioner for the 2023 IEPR. A quorum of commissioners may participate, but no votes will be taken. 

 

The public can participate consistent with the attendance instructions below. The CEC aims to begin promptly at the start time posted and the end time is an estimate based on the proposed agenda. The hearing may end sooner or later than the posted end time. 

Notice and Agenda

Presentations

Remote Attendance

  • To use Zoom’s online platform, click on https://energy.zoom.us/j/81136317597?pwd=RWhzbG1XVFZWMDM1QnVtOUt1b1N6UT09 or log in via Zoom™ at https://zoom.us/, enter the Webinar/Meeting ID: 811 3631 7597 and Webinar/Meeting passcode: 2023, and follow all prompts. 
     
  • To participate by telephone, call toll-free at (888) 475-4499 or toll at (669) 219-2599. When prompted, enter the Webinar/Meeting ID: 811 3631 7597 and Webinar/Meeting passcode: 2023. 
     
  • If you experience difficulties joining, contact Zoom at (888) 799-9666 ext. 2, or the Public Advisor at publicadvisor@energy.ca.gov, or by phone at (916) 957-7910. 

 

Participants using a computer can access Zoom’s closed captioning service by clicking on the “live transcript” icon and then choosing either “show subtitle” or “view full transcript.” The closed captioning service can be stopped by closing out of the “live transcript” or selecting the “hide subtitle” icon. If using a phone, closed captioning is automatic and cannot be turned off. While the closed captioning is available in real-time, it typically includes errors. A more accurate transcript, developed by a court reporter, will be docketed and posted as soon as possible, after the meeting concludes.