NERC's RSTC decided this week not to endorse a proposed standard authorization request relating to distributed energy resources.
Responses to NERC's Level 2 alert indicate widespread issues with performance of inverter-based resources.
NERC’s Standards Committee moved forward on several standards projects, including ones on planning for extreme temperatures and providing information on DERs.
NERC’s Standards Committee moved forward with four standards development projects, including one that could lead to new rules for inverter-based resources.
FERC approved $147,000 in penalties against University Park Energy of Illinois and Broad River Energy of South Carolina for violating NERC standards.
It should be “no surprise” which operation and planning standards are most often violated in SERC, the RE told attendees at its spring reliability webinar.
NERC Board Chair Ken DeFontes congratulated the organization's top bodies for “a very productive week” of in-person meetings in Arizona.
FERC has decided to let stand SERC Reliability’s $75,000 penalty against Duke Energy Florida for violating NERC reliability standards.
NERC’s Standards Committee advanced a slate of standards development projects after moving to address concerns over stakeholders' ability to provide feedback.
Entergy will have to pay SERC $60,000 in penalties for violating NERC reliability standards, according to a Spreadsheet Notice of Penalty for September.
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