Welcome to our website. 

CMUA was formed in 1933 to protect the interests of California’s consumer-owned utilities before the California Legislature.  Following our many legislative successes, CMUA launched a new program in 2010 to increase its advocacy efforts before both administrative and regulatory agencies that may have a significant impact on California’s energy and water utility operations.


Today, CMUA represents its members' interests on energy and water issues before the California Legislature, the Governor’s Office and the maze of regulatory bodies, such as the State Water Resources Control Board, the California Air Resources Board, the Department of Water Resources, the California Independent System Operator, and the California Energy Commission.


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Energy UpdateS

U.S. DOE National Renewable Energy Laboratory today released its annual assessment of leading utility green power programs.



Letter to POUs from CEC on SB1, Power Source Disclosure, and RPS data for 2011.



CMUA’s 1037 report sent to CEC




quick links

News Updates

California Municipal Utilities Association


NEW: Information and slides from our 79th Annual Conference are available here.

California Energy Commission

CEC Calendar: (link)

CEC 2011 IEPR Calendar: (link)




Air Resources Board

ARB Calendar: (link)


Department of Water Resources

DWR Calendar: (link)


State Water Regional Control Board

SWRCB Calendar: (link)


California Independent System Operator

ISO Calendar: (link)



Delta Stewardship Council

DSC Calendar: (link)


Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

FERC Calendar: (link)


Bay Delta Conservation Plan

BDCP Calendar: (link)


California Public Utilities Commission

CPUC Calendar: (link)





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Sacramento, CA 95814
email: contact@cmua.org
Phone: 916.326.5800
Fax: 916.326.5810

Water UpdateS

The 5th DSC draft of the Delta Plan



SWRCB March 29, 2011, Hearing notice for Industrial General Permit & 2006 report from Storm water experts



“The Public Policy Institute of California releases a comprehensive study ”