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The California Municipal Utilities Association (CMUA) represents 74 publicly owned electric utilities, water agencies, and gas and oil services statewide. Together, CMUA members provide water service to 70 percent of Californians and electric service to 25 percent of the state.
CMUA represents its members’ interests on energy and water issues before the California Legislature, the Governor’s Office, and regulatory bodies, such as the California Energy Commission, the California Air Resources Board, the Department of Water Resources, the California Independent System Operator, and the State Water Resources Control Board.
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CMUA Policy Papers: Thought leadership about important California water and energy issues
- Big & Bold: Refocusing California's Water Management Strategy
- 10 Ideas for Building Collaboration Among Environmental Justice Communities, Publicly Owned Electric Utilities, and Public Water Agencies
- Powering California's Future with Clean, Affordable and Reliable Energy: Four Principles for Success
CMUA News Releases
CMUA Energy Leaders Survey: Innovation and Reliability are Keys to the Future (2020)
CMUA Water Leaders Survey: Innovation and Resiliency are Keys to the Future (2020)