Board Honors Tim Roxey with Retirement Resolution; Receives Updates on ERO Activities

ATLANTA – NERC’s quarterly Board of Trustees meeting began with Chair Roy Thilly welcoming the approximately 200 stakeholders to Atlanta, where NERC is headquartered, saying, “I continue to be pleased with the number of attendees at our Board meetings. It shows everyone’s commitment to reliability.”

Thilly also welcomed the distinguished guests in attendance: Cheryl LaFleur, commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Catherine Jereza, deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Energy; and David Morton, CAMPUT representative to NERC.

LaFleur praised the efforts of the Standards Efficiency Review underway. However, she cautioned NERC to focus on identifying standards or requirements that need to be phased out but also on identifying what standards could be needed going forward to address emerging issues. Jereza discussed several DOE initiatives and touched on the recent notice of proposed rulemaking on Critical Electric Infrastructure Information, which was posted in October. She urged attendees to comment on the proposed procedures.

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Posted On: 11/07/2018