FERC issues an order denying the Edison Electric Institute's request for rehearing of Order No. 833 which amended the Commission's regulations to implement provisions of the Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act related to Critical Electric Infrastructure Information.
FERC issues a notice of proposed rulemaking (NOPR) proposing to approve Reliability Standard TPL-007-2 (Transmission System Planned Performance for Geomagnetic Disturbance Events).
FERC issues an order approving NERC, the Midwest Reliability Organization ("MRO") and SERC's requesting the dissolution of Southwest Power Pool Regional Entity ("SPP RE") and the transfer of its registered entities to MRO and SERC.
FERC issues a delegated order approving Reliability Standard PRC-025-2 (Generator Relay Loadability), the associated implementation plan, and violation risk factors and violation severity levels.
FERC issues a letter order accepting NERC's November 21, 2017 filing of proposed revisions to its Appendix 3D of the NERC Rules of Procedure (ROP) to incorporate limitations of membership in Segment 2 to only Independent System Operators (ISOs) and Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs).
FERC issues an order adopting reforms to remove barriers to the participation of electric storage resources in Regional Transmission Organization and Independent System Operator markets.
FERC issues a notice of proposed rulemaking (NOPR) proposing to approve Reliability Standards CIP-013-1, CIP-005-6, and CIP-010-3. FERC also proposes to direct NERC to (i) modify the CIP Reliability Standards to include EACMS associated with medium and high impact Bulk Electric Cyber Systems within the scope of the supply chain risk management Reliability Standards and (ii) evaluate the risks presented by PACs and PCAs as part of the study already proposed by the NERC Board of Trustees to evaluate the scope and effectiveness of the proposed standards.
FERC issues a final rule approving (i) revised Reliability Standards EOP-004-4, EOP-005-3, EOP-006-3 and EOP-008-2; (ii) the associated violation risk factors, violation severity levels, (iii) implementation plans; and (iv) retirement of currently-effective Reliability Standards EOP-004-3, EOP-005-2, EOP-006-2, and EOP-008-1.
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