CAC Meetings and Agendas

The VCE Community Advisory Committee generally meets on the fourth Thursday of each month. Meetings are open to the public.

The CAC’s July 28, 2022 meeting has been cancelled. The next scheduled CAC meeting is:

5 p.m. Thursday, August 25, 2022 via videoconference/teleconference.

Pursuant to Assembly Bill 361 (AB 361), legislative bodies may meet remotely without listing the location of each remote attendee, posting agendas at each remote location, or allowing the public to access each location, with the adoption of certain findings. The Valley Clean Energy Board of Directors found that the local health official recommended measures to promote social distancing and authorized the continuation of remote meetings, including any standing or future committee(s) meetings and Community Advisory Committee meetings, for the foreseeable future.  Any interested member of the public who wishes to listen in should join this meeting via teleconferencing as set forth in the _______, 2022 meeting agenda.

To join the __________, 2022 CAC meeting via Zoom Webinar, please see the Zoom participation information below. Additional information on how to join the meeting is also listed on the agenda.

  1. From a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, or Android device with high-speed internet. (If your device does not have audio, please also join by phone.) Copy and paste to web browser: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/########### (Meeting I.D.: ### #### ####) By phone: Dial 1-669-900-#### or 1-346-248-#### Enter Meeting I.D.: ############

Public comments may be submitted electronically or during the meeting.  Instructions on how to submit your public comments can be found in the PUBLIC PARTICIPATION note at the end of the agenda.

Advisory Committee Agendas & Meeting Materials

The CAC is an integral part of VCE and has been “charged” by the Board to provide input on issues, opportunities and challenges impacting VCE.

Would you like to contribute your expertise to VCE? Consider joining the Advisory Committee.

At the Board’s October 14, 2021 meeting, the structure of the Community Advisory Committee changed to 11 representatives—2 from each VCE jurisdiction, and 3 At-Large seats. Positions on this Advisory Board are voluntary.