He was first elected in 2012 and serves on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, where he advocates for investment in basic scientific research and supports the military’s goals to enhance their energy security.
His background includes a 15-year career as an environmental lawyer. Peters was elected to the San Diego City Council, becoming the first City Council President. The governor appointed him to the Commission on Tax Policy in the New Economy in 2001, and the Speaker of the Assembly appointed him to the California Coastal Commission in 2002.
Before pursuing his law degree, Peters worked as an economist for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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The luncheon is on Tuesday, April 2.
Waterpower Week in Washington – which incorporates the National Hydropower Association Annual Conference and the International Marine Renewable Energy Conference – takes place April 1 through 3 in Washington, D.C.