California’s Gas System in Transition

Overview

Gas Resource and Infrastructure Planning for California, follows on to California’s Gas System in Transition, to provide industry leaders a how-to manual on planning for a more just and equitable system for customers, workers, and gas companies.  The Gas Resource and Infrastructure Plan (GRIP) is a five-step process to assess the gas resources and infrastructure needed to achieve California’s goal of reducing carbon emissions and local criteria pollutants, while maintaining reliable, safe, and affordable service.  

The GRIP opens the door to renewable gas and hydrogen, allowing for fact-based assessment of these alternatives to fossil gas.  At the same time, the report anticipates declining gas consumption resulting from efficiency and electrification needed to achieve carbon reduction targets, preparing California for a smaller, more equitable, and affordable gas delivery system.

Consistent with Gridworks mission to convene, educate and empower stakeholders to decarbonize electricity grids, this Report draws on a series of facilitated discussions between key consumer, labor, equity, utility and environmental stakeholders. These stakeholders provided invaluable input, without which this Report would not be possible.

On February 12, 2021, we will introduce this report and answer questions in a webinar.  We are very pleased this event will also feature a presentation from leaders at the Environmental Defense Fund on their recent report, “Aligning Gas Regulation and Climate Goals.”  Join us by registering here.

 

Gridworks 02/12/2021 Webinar

 

Future Meetings

Feb 12
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Gas Resource and Infrastructure Planning for California provides industry leaders a how-to manual on planning for a more just and equitable system for customers, workers, and gas companies. The Gas Resource and Infrastructure Plan (GRIP) is a five-step process to assess the gas resources and infrastructure needed to achieve California’s goal of reducing carbon emissions and local criteria pollutants, while maintaining reliable, safe, and affordable service.
On February 12, 2021, Gridworks will introduce this report and answer questions in a webinar. We are very pleased this event will also feature a presentation from leaders at the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) on their recent report, “Aligning Gas Regulation and Climate Goals.” Join us by registering here.

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February 12 at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST

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