Invitation to 3/24 WHPA Webinar on CA Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee


The webinar referenced in the notice below was presented by Lara Ettenson, Coordinating Committee Co-Chair, on March 24, 2016. Click here to view the webinar.

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Invitation to WHPA webinar on 3/24 - Learn about the CA Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee and why it matters

March 2016   

Mark your calendars!

You are invited to a WHPA webinar with NRDC’s Lara Ettenson, CA Director of Energy Efficiency Policy and Co-chair of the Coordinating Committee, as she talks about the California Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee and how WHPA Members can get more involved. The webinar will be on Thursday, March 24, from 10-11am Pacific.

Webinar attendees will learn about the:

  • Coordinating Committee
  • Purpose and goals of the stakeholder process
  • Subcommittee process
  • Tentative schedule
  • and how to get directly involved

The WHPA has a long history of engaging with Program Administrators on the development of their programs, and has been lauded by both the CPUC and CEC as an example of what works. Recently, the CPUC, in Decision 15-10-028, has authorized the development of the California Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee to provide a venue by which all public stakeholders can provide early input into the development of the Program Administrators' five-year energy efficiency business plans.

This is another opportunity for WHPA Members to influence the design and delivery of energy efficiency programs in California over the next five years. Business Plans must be submitted to the CPUC on September 1, 2016. Therefore, stakeholders have from now until August 1 to participate in the process.

Webinar Info

Thursday, March 24, 2016
10-11am Pacific Time

Webinar link
Webinar code: WHPA

Dial: 650-479-3208
Access code: 660 179 990

Note: Some Windows 10 users have experienced issues with WebEx. This meeting will be recorded and a link will be posted on the WHPA homepage afterward so those with Windows 10 or otherwise unable to attend can view the webinar.

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