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Orders Archives: 2017


December
    The revised standards will approve Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Reliability Standard CIP-003-7 (Cyber Security Security Management Controls) and proposes to direct NERC to develop modifications to cyber security systems. December 21, 2017, NOPR PDF
November
    FERC addresses approval of Reliability Standards PRC-027-1 (Coordination of Protection Systems for Performance During Faults) and PER-006-1 (Specific Training for Personnel) submitted by the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC). November 16, 2017, NOPR PDF
October
    FERC addresses Reliability Standard for Transmission System Planned Performance for Geomagnetic Disturbance Events October 19, 2017, Order PDF
    The revised standards will approve Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Reliability Standard CIP-003-7 (Cyber Security Security Management Controls) and proposes to direct NERC to develop modifications to cyber security systems. October 19, 2017, NOPR PDF
September
    FERC seeks comment on revisions to the Emergency Preparedness and Operations Reliability Standards September 20, 2017, NOPR PDF
    FERC approves Reliability Standard PRC-012-2 (Remedial Action Schemes). The purpose of Reliability Standard PRC 012 2 is to ensure that remedial action schemes do not introduce unintentional or unacceptable reliability risks to the bulk electric system. September 20, 2017, Order No. 837 PDF
    The revised standards will support more accurate and comprehensive calculation of Reporting Area Control Error, and permit retirement of standards on Automatic Generation Control (BAL-005-0.2b), Facility Interconnection Requirements (FAC-001-2) and Inadvertent Interchange (BAL-006-2). September 20, 2017, Order No. 836 PDF
January
    FERC denies rehearing requests of Order No. 830, which approved GMD Reliability Standard TPL-007-1, filed by Foundation for Resilient Societies, Edison Electric Institute, Center for Security Policy, and Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs. January 19, 2017, Order No. 830-A PDF
    This NOPR seeks comment on the proposed Reliability Standard PRC-012-2 (Remedial Action Schemes), which would ensure that remedial action schemes do not introduce unintentional or unacceptable reliability risks to the bulk electric system. January 19, 2017, NOPR PDF
    This Reliability Standard is designed to ensure that balancing authorities and reserve sharing groups balance resources and demand and return their Area Control Error to defined values following a Reportable Balancing Contingency Event. In addition, the Commission directs NERC to develop modifications to Reliability Standard BAL-002-2 regarding extensions of the 15-minute period for Area Control Error recovery, and also directs NERC to submit reports to the Commission concerning contingency reserve restoration and exceedances of the most severe single contingency that do not cause energy emergencies. The Commission also directs NERC to revise a violation risk factor designation. Finally, the Commission approves the retirement of currently-effective Reliability Standard BAL-002-1. January 19, 2017, Order No. 835 PDF
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