Energy Emergency Alerts
NERC Reliability Standard EOP-011-1 consolidates requirements from three standards: EOP-002-3.1, (Capacity and Energy Emergencies), EOP-001-2.1b, and EOP 003-2. EOP-011-1 became effective 4/1/2017.
 
EOP-011-1 Emergency Operations does not require the Reliability Coordinators to submit an Energy Emergency Alert report to NERC for posting on the NERC.com website. The current posted Energy Emergency Alert 3 Reports will be archived and move to another site on NERC.com in the near future.
 
If you have questions or need assistance, contact System Awareness.
 
 
 
  
  
  
  
  
  
CENACE_09_10_2016_EEA3_Report_Form.pdfCENACE_09_10_2016_EEA3_Report_Form12/2/2016CENACEPeak RCWECC
EEA3_Report__PNM_20160912_Disturbance.pdfEEA3_Report__PNM_20160912_Disturbance11/30/2016Public Service of New Mexico Peak RCWECC
EEA3_Report_20150920_SDGE.pdfEEA3_Report_20150920_SDGE9/20/2015California ISOPeak ReliabilityWECC
Energy_Emergency_Alert_3_Report_Form_HQT_Lines7044-7047-2014-12-04.pdfEnergy_Emergency_Alert_3_Report_Form_HQT_Lines7044-7047-2014-12-0412/4/2014Hydro-Quebec TransEnergieHydro-Quebec TransEnergieNPCC
Homestead Energy Services (HST) EEA3 8-22-2014.pdfHomestead Energy Services (HST) EEA3 8-22-20148/22/2014Homestead Energy ServicesFlorida Reliability Coordinating Council, Inc.FRCC
Homestead Energy Services (HST) EEA3 8-21-2014.pdfHomestead Energy Services (HST) EEA3 8-21-20148/21/2014Homestead Energy ServicesFlorida Reliability Coordinating Council, Inc.FRCC
Energy_Emergency_Alert_3_Report_Form 2014_01_07_Final.pdfEnergy_Emergency_Alert_3_Report_Form 2014_01_07_Final1/7/2014South Carolina Electric & Gas CompanyVACAR SouthSERC