SOURCE: California Independent System Operator Corporation

California Independent System Operator Corporation

February 01, 2016 14:31 ET

Reminder ISO Regional Grid Public Meeting Set for February 8

Register by February 4 to Attend in Person

FOLSOM, CA--(Marketwired - February 01, 2016) - The California Independent System Operator Corp. (ISO) will hold a public meeting on February 8 to begin shaping the studies required by California Senate Bill 350, the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act, which will support creating a western regional energy market.

SB 350 provides the ISO a path toward modifying its governance structure and creating a multi-state regional power grid that begins with performing a series of studies that will look at the benefit to consumers and the California economy, impacts to the environment, greenhouse gas emissions, and integrating renewable energy resources. 

The February 8 meeting at the ISO headquarters in Folsom, California is available to the public in-person, by web and by phone. If planning to attend in person, please respond by Feb. 4 to

Related materials are now available on the ISO website here. A meeting presentation will be posted on this page on February 3.

Meeting Details

Date: Monday, February 8, 2016

Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Pacific Time)

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

Web Conference Login

Web Address (URL): Audio connection instructions will be available after connecting to the web conference.

Telephone-Only Participation

Please only use this dial-in method only if you are unable to participate by the web to enhance the ability to participate in Q&A.

Call-in: 877-369-5230, Passcode: 0605307#

If planning to attend in person, please RSVP to by Feb. 4, 2016. 

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The California ISO provides open and non-discriminatory access to one of the largest power grids in the world. The vast network of high-voltage transmission power lines is supported by a competitive energy market and comprehensive grid planning. Partnering with about a hundred clients, the nonprofit public benefit corporation is dedicated to the continual development and reliable operation of a modern grid that operates for the benefit of consumers. Recognizing the importance of the global climate challenge, the ISO is at the forefront of integrating renewable power and advanced technologies that will help meet a sustainable energy future efficiently and cleanly.

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