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Regional Resource Adequacy Meeting 3/2/16 in Folsom, CA




The California ISO has scheduled a stakeholder meeting on March 2, 2016 to discuss the straw proposal for the Regional Resource Adequacy initiative.  Please RSVP by February 26 if planning to attend in person.  A web conference will also be available.



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The ISO is hosting a stakeholder meeting to discuss the straw proposal for the Regional Resource Adequacy initiative at its offices in Folsom, CA on March 2, 2016.  In previous communications, the ISO had targeted a tentative date for this stakeholder meeting on February 25. The March 2 meeting is in lieu of the original date that was communicated.


A subsequent market notice will announce when the straw proposal is available on the ISO website.


Materials related to the Regional Resource Adequacy initiative are available at


Please note, another regional integration initiative stakeholder meeting for Transmission Access Charge Options will be held at the ISO offices on March 1. This meeting will provide an overview of the initiative's straw proposal, which will be available February 8 on the ISO website at


Please RSVP to by close of business February 26, if planning to attend in person.  A web conference will also be available; see details below:


Meeting Details:

Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

Location: California ISO, 250 Outcropping Way, Folsom, 95630

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Web Conference Details

Audio connection instructions will be available after connecting to the web conference

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Telephone-Only Participation

Please only use this dial-in method if unable to participate by web to ensure the ability to participate in Q&A

Call-in: 877-369-5230, Passcode: 0725760#


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