Conservation Advisory Committee Meeting

September 7, 2017

CRAC Meeting

September 7, 2017
9:30am - 3:30pm

Council Offices
851 SW Sixth Ave, SECOND FLOOR - UPDATED LOCATION!!
Portland, OR 97204

 Primary Topic: Hard-to-Reach Market Initiative – MCS-1

 Meeting Objectives:

  1. Update CRAC members on the status and plans of the 7th Plan Action Item MCS-1 - Ensure All Cost-Effective Conservation Measures are Achieved (EE for Hard to Reach Markets). CRAC members will hear from the HTR working group and have the opportunity to inquire and provide feedback on activities and plans.
  2. Share timelines for Mid-term assessment and 8th Power Plan
    (Includes updates from EE action items from 7P)

9:30 AM         Welcome and Introductions  Kevin Smit, Charlie Grist

Agenda Review and Approval

Minutes Review

9:45 AM         Overview and Status of MCS-1 (Energy Efficiency for Hard to Reach Markets) – Kevin Smit, Marti Frank

10:15 AM       Puget Sound Energy Preliminary Results, Michael Wehling, PSE

10:45  AM      Break

11:00 AM       Snohomish County PUD Preliminary Results, Laura McCrae, Snohomish PUD

11:30 AM       Idaho Power Preliminary Results, Cory Read, ID Power

12:00 PM       Lunch (on your own)

1:00 PM         NEEA MCS-1 Support Efforts (including work with small and rural utilities), Harvey Matthews and Aaron James, NEEA

1:30 PM         Round Table – Updates from remaining work group activities (10 minutes each)

2:15 PM         Break

2:30 PM         Schedule for Seventh Power Plan Mid-Term Assessment and Eighth Power Plan

Schedule and preliminary plans

Action item updates

3:15 PM         Closing & next steps

Next meeting topics

Meeting schedule

 

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