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June 8, 2016

 

 

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EIM Governing Body Nominating Committee Selects Proposed Slate for Board Consideration

 

 

Summary

The EIM Governing Body Nominating Committee has selected five candidates to submit to the ISO Board for decision as to the membership of the EIM Governing Body.  The slate of candidates will be considered and voted upon by the ISO Board of Governors at its June 28, 2016 meeting.

 

 

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The EIM Governing Body Nominating Committee has selected five candidates to submit to the ISO Board for decision as to the membership of the EIM Governing Body.  The slate of candidates will be considered and voted upon by the ISO Board of Governors at its June 28, 2016 meeting.  The candidates are as follows:

 

Carl Linvill, Principal, The Regulatory Assistance Project

Doug Howe, Consultant, Vanry & Associates Inc.

John Prescott, (Retired) President and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Northwest Generating Cooperative

Kristine Schmidt, President, Swan Consulting Services

Valerie Fong, (Retired) Director of Utilities, City of Palo Alto

 

The five candidates were selected through a formal process as outlined in a selection policy adopted by the ISO Board Governors pursuant to Article IV, Section 2 of the ISO bylaws, which are available on the ISO website at http://www.caiso.com/informed/Pages/BoardCommittees/EnergyImbalanceMarketGoverningBody/Default.aspx.

 

The ISO is seating a five-member EIM Governing Body that will exercise delegated authority over the rules of the western energy imbalance market.  The proposed candidates have a broad set of knowledge and experience in the energy industry.

 

More information about the EIM Governing Body can be found at the webpage link above.

 

 

For More Information Contact

Peter Colussy at pcolussy@caiso.com or 916-608-5850

 

 

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