About the California Energy Commission

The California Energy Commission is the state's primary energy policy and planning agency. Established by the Legislature in 1974, seven core responsibilities guide the Energy Commission:

The California Energy Commission building in Downtown Sacramento

The California Energy Commission building

Commissioners

The Governor appoints the commissioners to staggered five-year terms and selects a chair and vice chair from among the members every two years. The appointments require Senate approval. By law, one commission member must be selected from the public at large. The remaining commissioners represent the fields of engineering / physical science, economics, environmental protection, and law.

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