Ray D. Williams, Director of Climate Policy and Analysis, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
Ray Williams is the Director of Climate Policy and Analysis at Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Mr. Williams’s current scope includes federal and state climate policy and analysis. In 2017, Ray was extensively engaged in the development of AB 398 and its companion bill, AB 617. Ray is also on the board for PG&E’s ClimateSmart program.
Mr. Williams joined PG&E in 1981. Prior to his current position, Mr. Williams held a wide variety of positions at PG&E, including electric operations, electric resource planning, corporate planning, regulatory relations, gas transmission, and energy procurement. He has supported PG&E through electric and gas industry restructuring, in its bankruptcy as a result of the failure of electric industry restructuring, and in the development of its long-term electric procurement processes.
Mr. Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography from the Clark University, Worcester MA and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Stanford University.