StatusA 45-day comment period for PRC-024-3 – Generator Frequency and Voltage Protection Settings is open through 8 p.m. Eastern, Friday, May 31, 2019.
Ballot pools are being formed through 8 p.m. Eastern, Thursday, May 16, 2019.
A 10-day initial ballot for the standard and a non-binding polls of the associated Violation Risk Factors and Violation Severity Levels, will be conducted May 22-31, 2019.
BackgroundOn November 27, 2018, the NERC Operating Committee (OC) and Planning Committee (PC) submitted a Standard Authorization Request (SAR) prepared by the Inverter-Based Resource Performance Task Force (IRPTF), which reports to the OC and PC.
Based off the analyses of the Blue Cut Fire and Canyon 2 Fire disturbances in southern California along with the development of the PRC-024-2 Gaps Whitepaper, the IRPTF identified potential modifications to PRC-024-2 to ensure that inverter-based generator owners, operators, developers, and equipment manufacturers understand the intent of the standard in order for their plants to respond to grid disturbances in a manner that contributes to the reliable operation of the BPS.
The standard drafting team developed the proposed modifications in PRC-024-3 to address the issues in the SAR.
Standard(s) Affected – PRC-024-2
Clean | Redline to Last Approved
Unofficial Comment Form (Word)
Summary of Key Changes
Initial Ballot and Non-binding Poll
05/22/19 - 05/31/19
04/17/19 - 05/31/19
Join Ballot Pools
04/17/19 - 05/16/19
Standard Authorization Request (SAR)
Clean | Redline
The Standards Committee Accepted the SAR on February 20, 2019
Drafting Team Nominations Supporting Materials Unofficial Nomination Form (Word) Updated
12/19/18 - 01/18/19
Standard Authorization Request Supporting Materials Unofficial Comment Form (Word) Updated
12/19/18 – 01/18/19
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