While we continue to feel the impacts of climate change in the form of wildfires and extreme weather events, California remains resolute in its commitment to decarbonizing our energy system. Much of our electricity is already carbon-free - and the electric grid becomes cleaner every year. This progress does not simply happen, but rather it is the outcome of effective and thoughtful energy policy, strategic research investment, and steadfast public and private efforts.
The California Energy Commission is the state’s leading energy policy and planning agency. As such, the Energy Commission administers a robust research portfolio, investing over $200 million annually to accelerate new scientific and technology solutions that will result in a cleaner, safer, more affordable, and more resilient energy system for California.
Energy Commission Vice Chair, Janea Scott will discuss how the Energy Commission’s research programs, including the Electric Program Investment Charge or EPIC, are fostering the development of cutting-edge energy solutions that enhance safety, reliability and affordability for the benefit of all Californians.
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