J. Andrew Murphy

Edison International
Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning

“Regardless of current federal energy policies, California’s aggressive greenhouse gas target — 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030 – will require substantial new emissions reduction efforts across all sectors of the economy that today rely on fossil fuels, not just power generation but transportation and other area as well. These efforts will be aided by new technologies such as electric cars, renewables, battery storage and other clean energy choices that customers are demanding, at the center of which will be a modernized electricity grid enabling the transformation of our economy.”
– Drew Murphy


April 5, 2017

10:00 am  -  11:00 am

The Brave New World of Electric Power

Privately, some utility execs in California are talking about losing as much as half of their baseload power sales in coming years. Yet they will be responsible for the massive infrastructure spend that will be required to keep electricity safe, affordable, reliable and sustainable – to the tune of billions of dollars of investment. How … Continued