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FERC approved settlements between WECC, Southern California Edison and Black Hills Power for violations of NERC reliability standards.
NERC issued a Level 2 alert calling on registered entities to report their readiness for severe cold after multiple winter crises in recent years.
PacifiCorp hopes to convince FERC it shouldn't have to pay $42 million for alleged violations that may have contributed to 2012's Wood Hollow wildfire.
FERC’s proposal for incentivizing public utilities to invest in cybersecurity improvements provoked a range of reactions from stakeholders.
NERC’s proposed virtualization-related updates to its critical infrastructure protection standards are headed for another round of revisions.
New York state energy agencies released a study urging faster permitting, planning and approval processes to build transmission to accommodate renewables.
FERC’s fourth round of Critical Infrastructure Protection audits still found room for improvement, with a commission report listing seven “lessons learned.”
A NERC publication aims to cover inverter-based resource interconnections that fall between the distribution system and the bulk electric system threshold.
NERC’s Board approved the ERO 2020 budgets and a data request on supply chain issues before saying goodbye to its retiring general counsel.
FERC expanded NERC’s cyber incident reporting requirements, closing what it said was a gap in the CIP reliability standards.
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