The NERC board approved a new reliability standard for extreme cold weather preparedness and operations that industry stakeholders previously rejected.
Participants in NERC's Member Representatives Committee said better industry outreach is needed to tackle a host of emerging challenges.
NERC's Board of Trustees will vote on a set of rule changes to allow the registration of inverter-based resources.
The impasse over the ERO’s latest cold weather standard has ended, with EOP-012-2 finally receiving enough votes from industry stakeholders to pass its third formal comment and ballot period.
If NERC’s latest proposed cold weather standard fails another ballot round, the ERO’s Board of Trustees may have to take matters into its own hands, Chair Ken DeFontes warned at the board’s quarterly meeting.
NERC's Board of Trustees accepted the latest proposed cold weather standards, which will now be sent to FERC for final approval.
NERC's latest ERO Reliability Risk Priorities Report includes energy policy and critical infrastructure interdependencies among crucial reliability risks.
Work is underway on the Interregional Transfer Capability Study that Congress assigned to NERC earlier this year.
NERC's trustees met in Ottawa to approve changes to the organization's standards development process and the final 2024 budget.
NERC's Finance and Audit Committee approved a plan to fund the interregional transfer study that Congress ordered in June.
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