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Public participation in IRP process: a short note paper summarizing a panel session at the July 1994 Summer Power Meeting

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Times are changing in the electric utility industry and public groups are taking a more active role in the integrated resource planning (IRP) process by presenting their advice and consultation on matters of public concerns as evidenced in this paper's abstracts that summarize the panel session held during the 1994 Summer Power Meeting in San Francisco, California. Each panelist presented a different perspective on public participation in the IRP process with examples of how their companies developed and implemented this process. This paper summarizes the individual presentations and discussions

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Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 4 )