COVID-19 Activities and Resources

Planning for emergencies, specifically health-related emergencies, requires much preparation and forethought due to the potential for impacts to staff, supply chain, and support services. With that in mind, NERC has taken on a number of initiatives to inform stakeholders and protect the health of its workforce regarding the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. During this challenging time, the ERO Enterprise recognizes the importance of prioritizing the health and safety of personnel and the continued reliability and security of the bulk power system. We will continue to evaluate the situation to determine whether additional guidance, extensions, and resources are needed.

 

Headlines

08/13/20: ERO Enterprise Extends Self-Logging Program Expansion and Deferment of On-Site Activities

07/07/20: Robb to Speak at FERC Technical Conference on COVID-19 Impacts

06/02/20: NERC Finds Resources Sufficient to Meet Demand; COVID-19 Response Impacts Summer Preparation and Critical Workforce

05/28/20: ERO Enterprise Releases New Guidance Temporarily Expanding Self-Logging Program Due to Coronavirus Impacts

05/14/20: Resource Developed to Help Organizations Update Pandemic Response Plans

04/24/20: ERO Enterprise Opts to Extend On-Site Activity Deferral

04/23/20: Workforce, Supply Chain Disruptions Key Elements in Ongoing Pandemic Preparations

04/20/20: FERC Approves NERC's Motion to Defer Implementation of Seven Reliability Standards Due to COVID-19

04/02/20: NERC Publishes FAQs about Joint NERC–FERC Industry Guidance for COVID-19

03/27/20: Grid Operators Well Prepared for COVID-19, Alert Responses Find

03/20/20: Atlanta Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

03/18/20: FERC, NERC Provide Industry Guidance to Ensure Grid Reliability amid Potential Coronavirus Impacts

03/11/20: NERC Takes Steps to Prevent Coronavirus Impacts