Probabilistic Assessment Working Group (PAWG)
February 7, 2023 | 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Mountain
February 8, 2023 | 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Mountain (Joint with RAS)
155 North 400 West, Suite 200
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
In-Person Attendance Registration (Please only register if you are attending in-person, so we can prepare for the appropriate number of in-person attendees.)
Click here for Day 1: Join WebEx Meeting
Dial-in: 1-415-655-0002 | Access Code: 738 924 834
Click here for Day 2: Join WebEx Meeting
Dial-in: 1-415-655-0002 | Access Code: 2301 409 8482
The February 7-8, 2023 PAWG meeting will be conducted in-person and hosted by the WECC in Salt Lake City, Utah and virtually via WebEx. The second day will be a joint meeting with the Reliability Assessment Subcommittee, please indicate in your registration if you are attending the 2nd day. The agenda for this meeting along with any additional meeting materials will be provided prior to the meeting. The link to the meeting registration and WebEx are provided above.
For those attending in-person, the event location does not require any specific attestation however, it is incumbent upon all attendees to be considerate at all times and refrain from attending if they are ill, have been exposed to, or are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. By attending the meetings in-person, attendees acknowledge and accept any risks associated with exposure to COVID-19. Masks are optional in accordance with state and local regulations.
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