WASHINGTON, D.C. – At its monthly open meeting, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued an order (Docket No. RM22-10) directing NERC to develop a new or modified Reliability Standard that better accounts for the risks of extreme heat and cold weather events in long-term transmission system planning. In addition, FERC issued an order (Docket No. RM22-16) directing transmission providers to submit one-time reports to NERC on their policies and processes for conducting extreme weather vulnerability assessments, if they conduct such assessments. NERC and FERC staff also presented a status update on the joint FERC-NERC-Regional Entity December 2022 Winter Storm Elliot inquiry into bulk-power system operations that emphasized the need for entities to continue to take steps now to prepare for the coming winter season.
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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