Thursday, February 21, 2019

Reliability News

Senators Call for Urgency on Energy Cybersecurity

Members of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee worried that FERC and NERC are not treating the threat of cyberattacks by foreign governments on energy infrastructure with enough urgency. | © RTO Insider

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NERC Board of Trustees Briefs: Feb. 7, 2019

The NERC Board of Trustees authorized management to terminate the amended and restated delegation agreement between the organization and the Florida Reliability Coordinating Council. | © RTO Insider

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NERC Issues $10M Fine for Security Lapses

NERC has recommended a $10 million fine on an unidentified utility for repeated violations of critical infrastructure protection reliability standards over more than three years. | NERC

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SPP Regional State Committee Briefs: Jan. 28, 2019

An SPP working group has been unable to reach a consensus on possible revisions to cost-allocation rules for wind-rich areas and may table their year-long review, the Regional State Committee heard Monday. | © RTO Insider

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CAISO Finalizes 32 RC Agreements

CAISO said Monday it had finalized agreements to provide reliability coordinator services, starting later this year, with 32 transmission operators and balancing authorities in the West. | © RTO Insider

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Enviros Seek McNamee Recusal in Resilience Dockets

Environmental groups asked new FERC Commissioner Bernard McNamee to recuse himself from the commission’s resilience dockets because of his advocacy for coal and nuclear plants during his time at the Department of Energy. | © RTO Insider

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