A Turning Point in California's Clean Energy Future - Webcast - September 6th, 2016

  • 06 Sep 2016
Event Description

This hour long webcast will cover the proposal to phase out PG&E's production of nuclear power in California by 2025.

A coalition of labor leaders, environmental groups, and Pacific Gas and Electric Company came together in June to propose shifting California's energy solutions to increase the amount of carbon neutral sources while phasing out PG&E's Diablo Nuclear Power Plant over the next ten years.

The webcast aims cover key elements of the joint proposal, how and why the coalition came together, and how the proposal is indicative of the changes taking place in California's rapidly evolving energy landscape. Furthermore, the webcast will get into the policies and market conditions that are holding back the proposal.

Melissa Lavinson, Vice President, Federal Affairs and Policy and Chief Sustainability Officer PG&E Corporation

Ralph Cavanagh, Co-Director, Energy Program, Natural Resources Defense Council,

Robert LaCount, Executive Vice President, M.J. Bradley & Associates

September 6th, 2016
1:00 PM ET

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