More information about the SSC can be found in the SSC Charter.
SSC Work Groups
The Stakeholder Steering Committee (SSC) is comprised of stakeholder representatives from nine sectors, whose purpose is to provide strategic guidance to EIPC Analysts. The SSC will gather input from stakeholders, represent their constituents' interests in deliberations, and strive to achieve consensus on aspects of the transmission planning studies and reports by the EIPC.
NOTICE: With the completion of the Phase I, Phase II, and Gas-Electric components of the 2010 US Department of Energy Project, the SSC became inactive. Reconvening for further assistance to the EIPC is presently unscheduled.
Transmission Owners & Developers
Generation Owners & Developers
Chair: Ed Finley
For the Gas-Electric work starting in 2013, the SSC added representation from the gas industry in a new gas sector, to assist with new task descriptions and stakeholder processes.
During Phase II of the project, the SSC and stockholders selected cases to be studied, and reviewed results and reports.
During Phase I of the project, the SSC designated three stakeholder work groups and one stakeholder task force to assist the SSC with its input and decision making.
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