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IPSAC Meeting Notice 2021-06-04

Posted: 06/02/2021

The June Interregional Planning Stakeholder Advisory Committee (IPSAC) WebEx has been scheduled for June 4th from 1:00 until 4:00 PM. The agenda is as follows:

  • 1:00 Agenda and Administrative Items
  • 1:15 Regional Planning Needs and Solutions: PJM/ISO-NE/NYISO
  • 2:15 Interconnection Coordination – Interconnection Queue and Long-Term Firm Transmission Requests
  • 2:30 Offshore Wind Integration Update and JIPC Collaboration: PJM/ISO-NE/NYISO
  • 3:30 Stakeholder Input and Outline Next Steps
  • 4:00 Adjourn

Kindly register for the June 4 IPSAC meeting here

Please contact PJM Committee Services with any registration questions.

Materials will be posted early next week for the meeting on the ISO’s website here

Please contact PACMatters@iso-ne.com for any questions


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