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WIST Report Group

Date and Time: Thursday Apr 01, 2010 9:00 - 12:00
Location: ColumbiaGrid
Type: Workgroup Meetings
Organizer: Marv Landauer

Phone Bridge: 877.295.7894 Guest Code: 700

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Documents
04/02/2010 TEPPC-Northwest Additional Wind Cases (v: 1)   

...rthwestAdditionalWindCases.doc   download>

 

04/02/2010 Wind Integration Model (v: 1)   

WindIntegrationModel.xlsm   download>

 

04/02/2010 Wind Integration Study Team 2009-09-10 (v: 1)   

...rationStudyTeam2009-09-101.doc   download>

 

04/02/2010 Simple Integration Model Studies (v: 1)   

...pleIntegrationModelStudies.pdf   download>

 

04/02/2010 Latest LBNL-WREZ Work (v: 1)   

LatestLBNL-WREZwork.docx   download>

 

03/31/2010 Figures 4-10 (v: 1)   

Figures 4-10.ppt   download>

 

03/31/2010 WREZ Report (v: 1)   

WREZReport.doc   download>

 

03/31/2010 WIST Report Gibson Sections (3.24.10) (v: 1)   

...TreptGibsonsections24Mar10.doc   download>

 

03/31/2010 WIST Report Outline (v: 1)   

WISTReportOutline1.pdf   download>

 

03/31/2010 Summary Western Wind Solar Integration Study (v: 1)   

...indSolarIntegrationStudyRH.doc   download>

 

03/31/2010 Summary of 2009 WIST Wind Analysis (v: 1)   

...aryof 2009WISTWindAnalysis.doc   download>

 

03/03/2010 Wind Analysis Report - Draft (v: 1)   

WINDANALYSISREPORTDRAFT(2).pdf   download>

 



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Seattle City Light

"ColumbiaGrid plays an important leadership role with the Northwest's public and private utilities and the Bonneville Power Administration. It allows for critical collaboration that benefits all our customers. As a member of Columbia Grid, Seattle receives a direct benefit from working together to address the issues that threaten the safe and reliable operation of our regional electric system in an environmentally sustainable manner."
~~ Jorge Carrasco, Superintendent, Seattle City Light