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The Future of Energy
Policy, innovation and investment are driving a rapid pace of change in the energy sector. Consumers are demanding continued reliable utility services, communities and policy makers are requiring clean energy solutions, and technology and communications are driving innovation.
Are these forces working together, or in opposition as we advance toward our energy future?
How does a secure energy future power our region’s economic output?
How will our governance models need to change to accommodate emerging service models and clean energy goals?
Join C-3’s panel of experts to understand these trends and help San Diegans prepare policies that can provide us with a forward-looking, livable future.
Andrew McAllister, (Commissioner, California Energy Commission) will cover the vision for the state of California and the progress on our Long-term Energy Efficiency Plan.
Jim Avery, (Senior Vice-President, SDG&E) will discuss SDG&E’s efforts to provide clean and reliable utility services in a changing context.
Scott Anders, (Director, Energy Policy Initiatives Center, USD School of Law) will cover the regional landscape and factors affecting our energy future.
Douglas Kot, Head of Section, Sustainable Buildings and Communities, DNV GL
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