WASHINGTON, D.C. – The past year at NERC was defined by transformation as highlighted in NERC’s 2021 Annual Report. Both the Electric Reliability Organization (ERO) Enterprise and the grid are undergoing changes. In 2021, the ERO Enterprise faced an ongoing pandemic, extreme weather events and security risks against the backdrop of an evolving grid. The report uses NERC’s 2021 focus areas to highlight the largest efforts undertaken over the course of the year:
“These are just a few of the highlights of many, and I encourage you to read NERC’s 2021 Annual Report with pride in what we have achieved in such a short time,” said Jim Robb, NERC’s president and CEO, in his CEO Letter. “The ERO Enterprise is strongly committed to remaining aware of the challenges that our industry faces while keeping our eye on the reliability, resilience and security of the grid — nearly 400 million North Americans are depending on us.”
NERC 2021 Annual Report
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