9.15.2011 Solar Power in LA: LADWP Presents Final Draft of the Local Renewable Energy Program Guideline

 Neighborhood News and Information Alert

The LADWP will host a public workshop at the LADWP headquarters building in Downtown Los Angeles, Thursday, September 15, 2011 at 2:00p.m.
This workshop will be an opportunity for stakeholders and customers to discuss the changes that have been incorporated in the DRAFT Feed-in Tariff Demonstration Program Guideline based on the feedback that we’ve received. 

Your RSVP would be greatly appreciated. Attendance for this workshop will be limited to the first 125 guests who RSVP.

Presentation on LADWP Local Renewable Energy Program (Feed-in Tariff Demonstration)

LADWP Solar Program Representatives

Thursday, September 15, 2011 RSVP
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

LADWP Headquarters Building – Downtown Los Angeles
111 N. Hope St .
A-Level Auditorium
Los Angeles , CA 90012
Map of the area.

Parking is available free of charge in the Music Center ’s underground structure. Attendees should enter on Grand Avenue , between Temple and First Streets and present a printed copy of this invitation to the attendant at the entrance. The attendant will waive parking fees and provide immediate access to the structure.

The  Hope Street level entrance to the LADWP headquarters building is accessible despite light construction currently in progress on the building exterior. Upon entry, guests will be asked to sign in at the Security desk, pass through a screening device and wear a temporary visitor’s badge.

Click here to contact your Neighborhood Council Representative.

LADWP Neighborhood Council Liaison

View this document online 
Neighborhood Councils

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