Powering California's Future with Clean, Affordable and Reliable Energy: 4 Principles for Success (February 2022)
Reliability, affordability and other essential ingredients are needed for success as California’s electric sector continues to lead decarbonization efforts, according to a new CMUA policy paper.
As California becomes more reliant on the electric grid to achieve its overall climate goals, preserving the affordability and reliability of electric service — in a way that is predictable yet flexible for utilities — are increasingly important priorities, especially as the transition to 100% clean energy continues.
Developed with input from CMUA members, Powering California’s Future with Clean, Affordable and Reliable Energy: Four Principles for Success explains why it is important that policymakers recognize these key principles when considering new laws and regulations that would impact the electric sector.
The policy paper also highlights how publicly owned electric utilities in California are advancing clean energy solutions in their communities and why statewide coordination is needed to deliver on clean energy and climate goals.
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