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2015 Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR)

State Energy Plan 2015 Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR)
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency California Energy Commission
Status/Summary

The 2015 Integrated Energy Policy Report provides the results of the California Energy Commission’s assessments of a variety of energy issues facing California. Many of these issues will require action if the state is to meet its climate, energy, air quality, and other environmental goals while maintaining reliability and controlling costs. The 2015 Integrated Energy Policy Report covers a broad range of topics, including energy efficiency, benchmarking under the Assembly Bill 758 Action Plan, strategies related to data for improved decisions in the Existing Buildings Energy Efficiency Action Plan, building energy efficiency standards, the impact of drought on California’s energy system, achieving 50 percent renewables by 2030, Renewable Action Plan status, the California Energy Demand Forecast, the Natural Gas Outlook, the Assembly Bill 1257 Report, methane emissions, the Transportation Energy Demand Forecast, Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program benefits updates, landscape-scale planning efforts, transmission projects, the California Independent System Operator energy imbalance market, the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan, climate change vulnerability and adaptation options, update on electricity infrastructure in Southern California, an update on trends in California’s sources of crude oil, and an update on California’s nuclear plants.

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Warren-Alquist Act (Division 15 of the Public Resources Code)

SB 1389, Bowen and Sher, Chapter 568, Statutes of 2002