WASHINGTON, D.C. – At its monthly open meeting, the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued an order
approving NERC’s proposed Reliability Standards (EOP-011-3 and EOP-012-1) that NERC submitted in
October 2022 for the reliable operation of the bulk power system during cold
weather conditions. The standards create a more comprehensive framework of
requirements addressing generator preparedness for cold weather operations,
building on the first round of cold weather Reliability Standards approved by FERC
in 2021. In addition, FERC directed further enhancements to EOP-012-1 and a
plan on how NERC will collect and assess data to periodically monitor the
implementation of the new requirements. NERC appreciates
FERC’s focus on reliability matters and will continue to work toward assuring
the reliability and security of the North American bulk power system.
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