Five significant evolving and interdependent risks — energy policy, grid
transformation, resilience to extreme events, security risks and critical
infrastructure interdependencies – are identified in the 2023
ERO Reliability Risk Priorities Report. Energy policy is a new risk
profile and has broad implications across the risk profiles, the report notes,
as it catalyzes changes and has the potential to amplify their effects.
Consequently, energy policy can drive change in bulk power system (BPS) planning
and operations in short time periods, affecting reliability and resilience.
The report, which was
accepted by the Board of Trustees last week at its quarterly meeting, is a
forward-looking view of current and projected risks to BPS reliability and presents
the results of the Reliability Issues Steering Committee’s (RISC) efforts to
strategically define and prioritize risks to BPS reliability. The RISC
functions as an advisory committee to NERC’s Board of Trustees and produces
this report every two years.
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