NERC’s Standards Committee moved forward on several standards projects, including ones on planning for extreme temperatures and providing information on DERs.
FERC approved new rules intended to strengthen the grid against both extreme heat and cold weather events.
NERC laid out a framework for transmission planners and planning coordinators to include cybersecurity in planning studies to address rapidly evolving threats.
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In a joint filing to FERC, NERC and the REs supported the commission’s proposal to modify NERC’s reliability standards in response to climate change.
Illinois’ climate goals could cost other states in PJM and MISO tens of millions in transmission upgrades as coal and natural gas power plants are retired.
At its first in-person meeting in more than two years, NERC's Standards Committee approved two action items related to EMT modeling and frequency response.
PJM's top security officer briefed stakeholders on the RTO's responses to the latest cyber threats, including hostile activity by Russia and its allies.
FERC approved two NOPRs on Thursday aimed at improving utilities' planning for the long-term impacts of climate change to the bulk power system.
NERC's Standards Committee voted to move forward with five standards projects, with only two agenda items sparking any debate.
NERC's Reliability and Security Technical Committee voted to endorse proposals aimed at reviving two previously cancelled standards projects.
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