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Email from Angelique Killian of the DoE to all IRP2 stakeholders – 20 May 2010. Posted by Peter Atkins.

There will be a opportunity for IRP2 stakeholders to present their comments on the IRP2 input parameters on 7 June and written comments must now be in by 11 June. But, to get a presentation slot, we must submit our presentation (using PowerPoint) by 8am on 2 June.

Here is the full text of the email …

Dear Stakeholders,

The Department of Energy hereby invites you to a STAKEHOLDER PLENARY SESSION on the IRP for Electricity, 2010.  This One Day Session will be held on 07 June 2010. You will be advised of the venue in due course.

You are kindly requested to take note of the following:

(1)       To please indicate to us by 28 May 2010 if you would like to be allocated a slot to do a Powerpoint presentation of your comments on the Draft Input Parameter Sheets.  Please send an email to irp2010@mweb.co.za.
(2)       Presenters will be allocated only 15 minutes (10 slides) to present.
(3)       Powerpoint presentations should be emailed to irp2010@mweb.co.za by 08:00am on 02 June 2010.
(4)       In the event of you being allocated a slot to present, you will receive confirmation of your allocated slot by 03 June 2010.

In order to consider discussions held at the plenary session, kindly also note that the deadline for comments on the Draft Parameter Sheets of 30 May 2010 has been FINALLY extended to 11 June 2010.

Kind regards,

Angelique Kilian

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