NEW ORLEANS – Recognizing that the energy transformation requires effective tools to manage rapidly emerging reliability risks, NERC’s Board of Trustees focused on innovations to make NERC more efficient and effective. More than 150 stakeholders attended the last Board meeting of 2022, only the second in-person meeting since the start of the pandemic. In his president’s remarks, Jim Robb looked ahead to the coming years and challenges on the horizon for industry.
“We are living in extraordinary times with the transformation of our industry occurring at a rapid rate. We are replacing well-understood, large-scale generation with a new resource mix that has very different risk characteristics,” Robb said. “Managing the risks of a transforming system in an orderly way is the central priority for reliability.”
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