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Enabling Robust Stakeholder Engagement at Public Utility Commissions
September 24, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern

As the power grid evolves and states set new goals for clean energy, equity, resilience, and other objectives relating to energy infrastructure, public utility commissions (PUCs) across the country are increasingly faced with making decisions that are complex, broad in impact, and intersectional across an array of issues. In this challenging decision-making environment, some PUCs are embarking on stakeholder engagement processes that not only prioritize affordable, safe, and reliable utility services, but also consider these newer and more expansive policy objectives. These emerging processes have the potential to enable more informed decision-making by creating inclusive forums for stakeholder participation, but they must be well-designed to achieve intended outcomes. This webinar will explore the approaches PUCs can take to create robust and inclusive stakeholder processes by addressing:

- Key decision points for commissions to consider in planning stakeholder engagement processes;
- Lessons learned and best practices for stakeholder engagement; and
- Principles for participatory justice at PUCs.

Moderator: Chair Megan Decker, Oregon Public Utility Commission

Speakers:
- Commissioner Odogwu Obi Linton, Maryland Public Service Commission
- Chandra Farley, CEO, ReSolve Consulting and Environment & Climate Justice Chair, Georgia NAACP
- Jasmine McAdams, Program Officer NARUC

Sep 24, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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