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  Conference November 19-20, 2009  
  Conferences - Conference November 19-20, 2009
Event Name: Conference
Start Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009
End Date: Friday, November 20, 2009
Summary: Technical conference to support the development of the National Action Plan on Demand Response (AD09-10-000) (Washington, DC)
Description: Section 529 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 directed the Commission to develop a National Action Plan on Demand Response (National Action Plan). The purpose of this technical conference is to elicit input from interested stakeholders on the possible elements of the National Action Plan as discussed in the Discussion Draft on Possible Elements of a National Action Plan on Demand Response (Discussion Draft). Commission Staff will utilize the Discussion Draft at the technical conference to frame the discussions.

The technical conference will include panel sessions on the first day to discuss the overall approach and scope of the Discussion Draft. The second day will include breakout sessions that will focus on each of the three statutory objectives listed below. A closing plenary session will summarize the break-out discussions.

The conference will be open to the public, and all interested persons are invited to participate.

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Title : National Action Plan on Demand Response
* Start Time : 1:00
End Time : 5:15
Location : Washington, DC
Contact : Caroline Daly
Contact Telephone : 202-502-8931
Registration :
Contact Email : Caroline.Daly@ferc.gov
Related Files:
Notice [PDF]
Discussion Draft [PDF]
Notice Announcing Agenda [PDF]
Agenda [PDF]
Final Agenda with Participants [PDF]
Haney, FP&L [PDF]
Kooper, Hess Corporation [PDF]
Mohre, NRECA [PDF]
NRECA Report [PDF]
Yoshimura, ISO-New England [PDF]
Schwartz, To the Point [PDF]
* All times are local