FERC to hold technical conference tomorrow on electronic quarterly reports
Originally published January 21, 2014
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has made a change to the technical conference it is holding Jan. 22 on the revisions to its electric quarterly report (EQR) filing process.
There will be no teleconference as originally had been stated, although the commission said participants may provide questions before or during the conference via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (specify "EQR Questions for Jan 22 Conference" in the subject line).
The meeting will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Eastern time, in the Commission Meeting Room at 888 First St. N.E., Washington, D.C. The conference is open to the public and interested parties may also view the conference via webcast. Those interested in attending in person or via webcast are encouraged to preregister.
Conference transcripts will be available for a fee by calling 202/347-3700 or 800/336-6646. A free webcast of the conference will be available after the meeting at ferc.gov.
On a related note, FERC staff is encouraging those who have not test-uploaded data in the FERC EQR electronic testing "sandbox" to do so as soon as possible. FERC guidance on proper formatting of data is available in its EQR User Guide, available at http://www.ferc.gov/docs-filing/eqr/soft-tools.asp.
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