Join the 2nd FIT Coalition letter to Improve the GIP Proposal
This letter intends to convince the CAISO that it would be best to take another month or two to improve the GIP proposal with detailed input from the WDG community.
DOWNLOAD THE CURRENT FIT COALITION 2ND SIGN-ON LETTER HERE.
This is the final letter with signatures. Signatures were collected until 4 p.m. Tuesday, September 7.
Our July 19th first sign-on letter (www.fitcoalition.com/caiso_signon_letter) was successful in raising the voice of smaller developers to the highest regulatory levels. We knew we had made a difference when Federal Energy Regulatory Commissioner Spitzer asked us detailed questions about the letter during a FIT Coalition meeting with him in late July.
Also, notably, several CAISO executives traveled to our Palo Alto office last week to discuss our concerns, showing that our collective voice is being taken seriously at the CAISO. Despite these accomplishments, we feel the GIP Proposal still has several fixable flaws and so, we will be delivering a second sign-on letter to the CAISO Board of Governors ahead of their Sep 9thmeeting. The second letter intends to convince the CAISO that it would be best to take another month or two to improve the GIP proposal with detailed input from the WDG community.
If you would like to sign this second letter and did not sign the first letter, please let us know as soon as possible if we can add your name / company / organization to the second letter as a co-signer. If you signed the first letter, because our position is materially the same as before, we will assume your continued support and add your name to this second letter unless wereceive a request to remove your name by Tuesday, Sep 7th.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, September 7th. To be added to the second letter, please include the following information:
Company / Organization
Contact phone number
Contact email address
Thank you for supporting the work of the FIT Coalition. We look forward to continuing to work with you to bring massive amounts of wholesale distributed generation online in the US.