SCE Announces RAM 6 Program Forum

19 February 2015 Renewable Energy Outlook Blog
Author(s): Jeffery R. Atkin Justus J. Britt Annie Y. Tsai

Southern California Edison (SCE) announced a Program Forum for SCE’s 2015 Renewable Auction Mechanism (RAM) Program. The Program Forum will be held on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time).

The main purpose of the Program Forum is to discuss SCE’s upcoming RAM 6 Request for Offers (RFO) process. A significant portion of the Program Forum will be devoted to input from the participants, which may be taken into consideration when SCE submits an advice letter to the California Public Utilities Commission that proposes changes to the RAM standard power purchase agreement and the RFO instructions. 

SCE will host the Program Forum via WebEx.  The details of registering for the SCE web conference, as well as WebEx login information, are as follows:

  1.  Go to the RAM Program Forum 2015 website by clicking the link here.
  2. Click onto the “Register” link in the main navigation bar.
  3. Register as either an “Offeror” or “Non-Offeror” by completing the online form.
  4. Log on to the RAM Program Forum 2015 website and register for the WebEx on the Web Conference page.

WebEx Information

Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time)
Event Number:    801 267 272
Event Password:RAMforum
Event Address:

Teleconference Information (you must dial in to receive audio)

Dial in Number:                   800-857-9869
Participant Passcode:       3822773

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