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DoE Email from Angelique Killian 2 June 201o.

Dear Stakeholders,
Kindly note that due to an enormous amount of requests to present, the Department of Energy has decided to extend the Stakeholder Plenary session to also take place on 08 June 2010.  This now means that the Stakeholder Plenary session will take place as follows:
Date:                    7 and 8 June 2010
Time:                    08h30 to 17h30
Venue:                CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria
To all stakeholders who have requested for a slot to present, kindly note that your slots have been allocated, as discussed with you, for either one of the two days.
Please note also that the final programme with your timeslots to present will be emailed to you by tomorrow morning.
The Department of Energy is committed to meaningful consultation and therefore has extended the session to two days.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused in this regard, but trust that you will co-operate with us.  We thank you for your interest shown in our IRP2010 process.

Kind regards

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Contact:               Angelique Kilian

Email:                   IRP2010@mweb.co.za

Cell:                      072 473 9519

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