Staff Scoping Workshop and Questionnaire for the
Energy Commission's Proposed 2015-2017 Triennial
Investment Plan for the Electric Program Investment
California Energy Commission staff will conduct a workshop to solicit stakeholder and public input on the development and scope of market facilitation initiatives for the Energy Commission's proposed 2015-2017 Triennial Investment Plan for the Electric Program Investment Charge Program (EPIC). The workshop will be focused on only the market facilitation elements of the plan. In addition, staff is distributing a questionnaire (Attachment A) to solicit stakeholder and public input on development and scope of applied research and development and technology demonstration and deployment, and market facilitation initiatives. Proposed initiatives from the workshop and the questionnaire will be compiled and posted on the Energy Commission's EPIC webpage (www.energy.ca.gov/research/epic/) and will inform development of the draft second investment plan scheduled for publication in March, 2014. Energy Commission commissioners may also participate in the workshop.
Friday, February 7, 2014
Beginning at 10:00 a.m.
CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION
1516 Ninth Street
First Floor, Hearing Room A
Remote Access Available by Computer or Phone via WebEx™
You may participate in this meeting through WebEx, the Energy Commission's online meeting service. Presentations will appear on your computer screen, and you may listen to audio via your computer or telephone. Please be aware that the meeting may be recorded.
To join a meeting:
VIA COMPUTER: Go to https://energy.webex.com and enter the unique meeting number: 925 256 003. When prompted, enter your name and the following meeting password: meeting@10
The "Join Conference" menu will offer you a choice of audio connections:
1. To call into the meeting: Select "I will call in" and follow the on-screen directions.
2. International Attendees: Click on the "Global call-in number" link.
3. To have WebEx call you: Enter your phone number and click "Call Me."
4. To listen over the computer: If you have a broadband connection, and a headset or a computer microphone and speakers, you may use VolP (Internet audio) by going to the Audio