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PSAST Meeting/SeaTac Red Lion

Date and Time: Friday May 14, 2010 10:00 - 3:00
Location: SeaTac/Red Lion
Type: Workgroup Meetings
Organizer: Jonathan Young

Location: Red Lion Hotel, SeaTac
                18220 International Blve. 
                Seattle, WA 98188
                Phone: 206-246-5535

Phone Bridge: 877.295.7894 Guest Code: 700

Webex Info:

To join the online meeting (Now from iPhones too!)
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1. Go to https://columbiagrid.webex.com/columbiagrid/j.php?ED=127133607&UID=0&PW=NNWViMWI2ZGIy&RT=MiM0
2. If requested, enter your name and email address.
3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: 2Attend
4. Click "Join".
5. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.

 



Documents
05/14/2010 Study Results Review (v: 1)   

tudyResultsReview_5-14-10.pptx   download>

 

05/13/2010 AC Power Flow Studies to Confirm ATC Results (v: 1)   

...udy to confirm ATC results.ppt   download>

 

05/13/2010 Powerex Comments on PSAST Plan (v: 1)   

...fMiller)rePSAExpPln5.12.10.doc   download>

 

05/13/2010 PSAST Agenda (5.14.10) (v: 2)   

PSAST_May14_Agenda_r1.pdf   download>

 

05/12/2010 BPA/CG Meeting Minutes 4.23.10 (v: 1)   

...ingMinutes_04-23-10_v5 (2).doc   download>

 

05/11/2010 BPA Cost Estimate Request (v: 1)   

BPACostEstimateRequest.pdf   download>

 

05/11/2010 PSE Cost Estimate Request (v: 1)   

PSECostEstimateRequest.pdf   download>

 

05/11/2010 SCL Cost Estimate Request (v: 1)   

SCLCostEstimateRequest.pdf   download>

 

05/07/2010 PSAST Traditional Power Flow Files (2.6 MB .zip file) (v: 1)   

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05/04/2010 PSAST Action Items (5.14.10) (v: 1)   

...ea Study Team Action Items.doc   download>

 



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