VIP Luncheon with Carla Peterman, CEC Commissioner

 Registration is closed for this event
Corporate members of the CHBC are invited to attend an exclusive VIP-Lunch with Carla Peterman, Commissioner for the California Energy Commission. Carla is looking forward to meet representatives of the CHBC on April 16, 2012, at 12 PM in Sacramento, CA.
Seats for this event are limited to ten, so please respond at your earliest convenience to  if you want to attend this luncheon. The attendance fee of $40 will cover lunch and a non-alcoholic drink. After you respond, you will be sent a link to sign up and pay for the event.
April 16th, 2012 12:00 PM   through   1:00 PM
Aioli Bodega Espanola, 1800 L St
Sacramento, CA 95811
United States
Luncheon Fee $ 40.00

Carla Peterman was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown in January 2011.

Carla PetermanMs. Peterman has conducted research at the University of California Energy Institute at Haas since 2006 and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory from 2008 to 2010. She was an environmental business analyst with community development non-profit Isles from 2004 to 2005 and was an associate focused on energy financing in the investment banking division of Lehman Brothers from 2002 to 2004. Ms. Peterman also served on the board of directors for The Utility Reform Network from 2008-2011, most recently as Board Treasurer.

Commissioner Peterman focus areas include renewables, transportation, natural gas, and the IEPR.

Ms. Peterman will complete her doctoral studies this year in Energy and Resources at the University of California Berkeley. Her research focuses on solar photovoltaic markets, policy, and financial incentives. She has also worked and written on a wide range of California energy and policy issues including, cap-and-trade, efficacy of local environmental regulations, climate change and communities of color, clean energy subsidies, and energy security. Peterman holds a B.A. in history from Howard University and an M.S. in environmental change and management and an M.B.A. from Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.

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