Energy Commission Workshop Examines Natural Gas Research Ideas

The California Energy Commission will meet with utility representatives, customers, and policy makers Jan. 24 to discuss proposed energy-related natural gas research initiatives for the 2017-18 fiscal year.

The Energy Commission manages the natural gas program, which funds natural gas research and development projects. Each year, staff re-evaluates the Energy Commission’s portfolio of natural gas research to ensure it maximizes benefits to the state’s natural gas ratepayers.

Workshop participants will discuss proposed research initiatives in energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy infrastructure, and transportation. Feedback will help generate new ideas, build upon previous research and avoid duplication of efforts. The information will help develop the Proposed Natural Gas Research Plan for FY 2017-18, which is presented to the California Public Utilities Commission for approval.

The workshop is at 1:30 p.m. in the Energy Commission’s Charles Imbrecht Hearing Room. Details on participating in person or remotely through WebEx are in the public notice.

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