Texas Reliability Entity (TX RE)
FERC OK'd the 2024 business plans and budgets for the ERO, though Commissioner James Danly called for “a significant improvement in … speed and agility.”
Texas reliability and regulator officials are praising the state's efforts to weatherize their facilities following the disastrous 2021 winter storm, while the results bear them out.
NERC's Ken DeFontes says the grid’s three competing objectives, reliability, affordability and the environment, are being thrown out of whack by policymakers focused on environmental legislation.
As DERs play a growing role in electric reliability, ensuring their protection from cybersecurity threats has become increasingly vital, the Texas RE heard.
EROs are increasing their budgets for 2024, with the increases largely funding personnel and meetings. Draft budgets are available for stakeholder comment.
NERC's Board of Trustees on Thursday approved the organization’s first-ever Level 3 alert at its quarterly meeting.
NERC’s new cold weather standards give utilities considerable freedom in implementation, which is both an opportunity and a danger, Texas RE heard.
The North American electric grid remains under threat from “capable adversaries” around the world, E-ISAC staff told a forum on Thursday.
While none of the incidents affected reliability, evidence of attackers’ efforts to sabotage the grid “highlights the continued need for vigilance,” NERC said.
A self-described cryptocurrency skeptic turned advocate says bitcoin mining could provide the answer to the ERCOT market’s volatility.
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