At the February 6th California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) meeting in Bakersfield, BizFed Central Valley teamed up with BizFed Los Angeles and hand-delivered 750 letters collected from Californians concerned over the state’s climate change policies that could lead to a phase out of affordable and dependable energy, such as natural gas.
BizFed Central Valley Executive Director, Clint Olivier, and BizFed Los Angeles Policy Manager, Sarah Wiltfong deliver testimony and letters from concerned Californians demanding energy choice.
BizFed Central Valley members demand energy choice!
BizFed Central Valley organizations came out in full force to stand up for energy choice and affordability.
Thank you to each and every member that took the time to support our Central Valley economy and show Sacramento that Business Makes Central Valley Work!
We believe being a world leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions does not have to come at the cost of small businesses, low-income residents and good-paying jobs.
Innovation and choice (be it clean natural gas, electricity, wind, solar, etc) is the only way to address climate change while maintaining California’s global economic status, ensuring energy reliability, addressing our current homelessness and housing affordability crisis, and keeping costs low.