NERC has at least 11 standards projects that must be finished by the end of 2024, staff told the Standards Committee.
The NERC Standards Committee elected Todd Bennett and Troy Brumfield as its new chair and vice chair, respectively.
Facing mounting deadlines, NERC's Standards Committee agreed to shorten industry comment periods on two projects.
The team revising NERC’s cold weather standard has more work ahead after industry respondents put the freeze on their latest proposed revisions with a negative segment-weighted vote of more than 56%.
NERC’s Standards Committee moved forward on several standards projects, including ones on planning for extreme temperatures and providing information on DERs.
NERC’s second attempt to gain industry approval for proposed changes to its Standards Processes Manual succeeded, as stakeholders gave overwhelming consent.
NERC’s Standards Committee declined to advance a project to modify cybersecurity reporting requirements, seeking a fuller response to criticism of the proposal.
NERC’s Standards Committee moved forward with four standards development projects, including one that could lead to new rules for inverter-based resources.
NERC’s Standards Committee kept up momentum on the organization’s efforts to harden the electric grid against extreme cold.
NERC’s Standards Committee advanced a slate of standards development projects after moving to address concerns over stakeholders' ability to provide feedback.
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