WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Reliability Issues Steering Committee (RISC) held its biennial Reliability Leadership Summit on January 25. The summit was attended by industry experts, state and federal regulators, leaders from the U.S. and Canadian government as well as more than 250 virtual observers.
This year’s day-long summit focused on reliability issues related to energy policy, security, the rapidly evolving resource mix and technology innovation as well as their impacts on the reliable operation of the bulk power system. Mark Lauby, NERC’s senior vice president and chief engineer, and Brian Slocum, RISC chair and senior vice president and chief operating officer at ITC Holdings Corp., served as hosts. The summit opened with remarks from Willie Phillips, acting chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and featured four panels
discussing matters relating to reliability, resilience, security operations and
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