Hear from Dr. Carla Peterman, Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer at Pacific Gas and Electricity Company (PG&E) on California’s climate policies and lessons applicable to the wider world.
Dr. Carla Peterman speaks about California’s climate policies and lessons applicable to the wider world in this live keynote event.
This virtual keynote has been opened to the public and will be the first guest lecture for the May cohort of Terra.do’s core course “Climate Change: Learning for Action”, a 12-week bootcamp covering an extensive syllabus on climate, and providing a great springboard for climate action.
Dr. Carla Peterman is the Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer at Pacific Gas and Electricity Company (PG&E), formerly a Senior VP at Southern California Edison, and a former Commissioner for the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).
A steadfast proponent of clean energy, at the CPUC Carla led the adoption of the first utility energy storage mandate in the country, the approval of nearly $1 billion of utility investments in electric vehicle charging infrastructure, the adoption of utility energy efficiency goals and business plans, and the implementation of California’s Renewables Portfolio Standard.
Before her CPUC appointment, Carla served on the California Energy Commission, where she was the lead commissioner for renewables, transportation, and natural gas.
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