League of Women Voters Energy-Policy Forums

The League of Women Voters of California will conduct two day-long, energy-policy forums, entitled “Keeping the Lights On in California”, on January 21 (Los Angeles) and January 28 (San Francisco). Experts in California energy policy from government, industry, and public-interest organizations will address the following questions: What are the challenges to making energy policy after electricity-industry restructuring? What are the needs and the options for new energy resources and electricity transmission? What changes to how electric utility businesses are regulated would benefit the people of California? What is the role of citizens in state energy decision-making? The League is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization. A $25 registration fee will cover the cost of lunch and printed materials. To register, please go to the League’s website at the following link.
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