2021 CMUA Capitol Days
Registration is Now Open!
CMUA Capitol Days are January 25 & 26, 2021Our 2021 Capitol Days event will be online, and we are using the opportunity to expand the the program to two days — with more speakers, more valuable resources and more vital information for CMUA members.
Learn more about trends, priorities and the outlook for California’s publicly owned electric utilities and water agencies in 2021. Make connections with your colleagues statewide, and advocate for California publicly owned electric utilities and water agencies.
Monday, January 25, 2021
|9:30am||Economic Recovery Panel Discussion
|10:30am||Congressman Josh Harder, U.S. House of Representatives|
|11am||Kip Lipper, Senate pro Tem's Chief Policy Advisor on Energy and Environment|
|11:20am||Senator John Laird|
|11:40am||Senator Josh Becker|
|12pm-5pm||Begin prearranged online meetings with your local delegation and elected leaders.**|
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
|9am||CMUA Board of Governors Meeting and/or continue prearranged online meetings with your local delegation and elected leaders**|
|2pm||Affordability Panel Discussion
|2:40pm||Sandra Berg, Vice Chair, California Air Resources Board|
|3pm||Congressman Mike Levin, U.S. House of Representatives|
|3:30pm||Secretary Wade Crowfoot, California Natural Resources Agency|
*Scheduled speakers to be announced and subject to change.
** Individual CMUA members are responsible for scheduling online meetings with their local leaders. Please contact CMUA if you need assistance.
Who Should Attend
- Leaders and staff of community-owned electric utilities and water agencies
- Mayors, city council and board members
- Affiliated persons who support CMUA members to advocate for the concerns of community-owned electric utilities and water agencies
Make Our Voices HeardAlthough the online format is different, the objective remains the same:
You are in the best position to talk with legislators about the direct impact of state actions on your community. We need You to participate in CMUA’s advocacy efforts because our voice is stronger when we join together and advocate with a unified message about the positive impacts of locally owned electric utilities and water agencies.
Together through CMUA, our coordinated outreach efforts are strengthened because You represent not only your community, but also the 30 million Californians served by CMUA-member water agencies and 10 million served by public power agencies.
You are what makes this annual event indispensable and valuable.