Avangrid's $615,000 penalty stems from violations of NERC's facility ratings standards.
FERC approved an agreement between SERC and Mississippi's Cooperative Energy stating the latter would pay no monetary penalty for violating NERC's reliability standards.
SERC leveled $42,000 in penalties against AECI for multiple longstanding violations of reliability standards in a settlement approved by FERC.
Six Exelon utilities have agreed to pay ReliabilityFirst $1.8 million for violating NERC's reliability standards.
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SERC Reliability levied penalties against Dominion Energy subsidiary Virginia Electric and Power for violations of NERC reliability standards.
FERC approved a $4.4 million settlement with PacifiCorp that ends an enforcement probe into the utility’s transmission line rating practices.
Texas RE knocked a registered entity for violating NERC’s facility ratings standards, assessing a $105,000 penalty in a settlement with Buffalo Gap Wind Farm.
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FERC approved settlements in SERC, Texas RE and ReliabilityFirst for violations of NERC's facility ratings standards stretching back to 2007.
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FERC approved NERC's June spreadsheet notice of penalty, including settlements over reliability standard violations submitted by SERC and MRO.
FERC approved a $40,000 penalty against South Carolina utility Santee Cooper for violations of NERC reliability standards spanning more than 14 years.
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