Board Approves 2023 Budgets; Receives Updates on Cold Weather and CIP Standards

​VANCOUVER B.C. – NERC’s Board of Trustees concluded its quarterly meeting, featuring the approval of 2023 budgets, the appointment of two new members of the Reliability and Security Technical Committee (RSTC) and a strategic discussion with Canadian utility regulators. It was the first in-person board meeting since February 2020. 

Manny Cancel, NERC’s senior vice president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Electricity Information and Security Analysis Center (E-ISAC), gave opening remarks on behalf of NERC president and CEO Jim Robb, who was unable to attend the meeting in person after testing positive for COVID. Cancel addressed the rapidly evolving reliability ecosystem, discussing the effects of extreme weather, the changing generation resource mix and the challenging security threat landscape while stressing the importance of collaboration and coordination. He expressed NERC’s appreciation for the policy input received from the members and stakeholders who contributed NERC’s work on the changing risk environment and threat landscape.

Posted On: 08/18/2022