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The California ISO’s Stakeholder Symposium continues in 2014 as the largest gathering of energy executives in the West, attracting over 600 industry leaders. Energy executives, policymakers and the ISO Board of Governors gather to talk about the driving forces that are shaping tomorrow’s energy supply construct. The event is a combination of general and breakout sessions that promote the exchange of ideas in a relaxed atmosphere.

Event details

October 22 and 23, 2014
Sacramento Convention Center, 1400 J Street, Sacramento, California
The California ISO 2014 Stakeholder Symposium is sold out.  If you would like to be place on our waitlist, please send an email to SymposiumReg@caiso.com.

California ISO is providing complimentary registration for representatives of the following government agencies: FERC, CEC, PUC, CARB, California State Water Board, staff members of California State Assembly, State Senate and Governor's Office. NOTE: Attendance by a public official may constitute acceptance of a reportable gift.



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Previous public forums

  • ISO stakeholder symposium 5.0 - October 23-24, 2013
    The California ISO Stakeholder Symposium 5.0 continued in 2013 as one of the largest gatherings of energy executives in the West. The Symposium attracted a sold-out crowd with over 600 attendees. Energy executives, policymakers and the ISO Board of Governors gather for the fifth annual event to talk about the major energy issues in the West that affect the planning and operation of the transmission grid and market - and all in an informal setting that promotes idea exchanges in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
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