About Demand Analysis Working Group

The Demand Analysis Working Group (DAWG) is a forum for technical discussion and consensus-building on inputs and results for the electricity and natural gas demand forecasts adopted by the California Energy Commission. The Energy Commission’s Energy Assessments Division sponsors and manages the DAWG. Staff convenes DAWG, pulling in additional forecasting experts at the utilities as well as other stakeholders, to discuss technical details behind the forecast. The purpose is to build consensus on those details before the forecast is complete so that the adoption process can proceed smoothly.



To members of the Energy Savings PUP,

CPUC staff will be hosting the first EM&V Stakeholder meeting of 2019 on Tuesday, March 12th from 9:30am to 5pm. The meeting will be held at PG&E's Pacific Energy Center located at 851 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA, 94103.


To Stakeholders of the 2019 Potential and Goals Study -

This email is to serve notice of a webinar being hosted by the CPUC on Thursday, February 21st , from 1-2pm to discuss P&G Scenarios.


DAWG meets regularly, either as the full working group or in four key subgroups, colloquially known as “Pups.”


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