NERC submits its 2016-2018 Reliability Standards Development Plan.
NERC submits a compliance filing in accordance with the Commission’s November 2, 2015 order which conditionally approved NERC’s proposed revisions to the revised pro forma regional delegation agreement (RDA) and revised RDAs with the eight Regional Entities, to be effective January 1, 2016.
NERC submits its 2015 Frequency Response Annual Analysis report for the administration and support of proposed Reliability Standard BAL-003-1 (Frequency Response and Frequency Bias Setting).
NERC submits comments on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) regarding the availability of certain NERC databases to the Commission.
NERC submits a petition for approval of proposed revised definitions 26 terms in the Glossary of Terms Used in NERC Reliability Standards.
NERC submits a petition requesting approval to the following parts of the NERC Rules of Procedure (ROP): (i) Section 317 - Periodic Review of Reliability Standards; (ii) Section 1003 - Infrastructure Security Program; (iii) Appendix 2 - Definitions Used in the Rules of Procedure; and (iv) Appendix 4D - Procedure for Requesting and Receiving Technical Feasibility Exceptions to NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection Standards.
NERC submits a petition for approval of amendments to the Delegation Agreement with Southwest Power Pool (SPP), specifically amendments to Exhibit B - the SPP Bylaws.
NERC submits comments in response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) proposing to approve Reliability Standard PRC-026-1 (Relay Performance During Stable Power Swings).
NERC submits a petition for approval of proposed Reliability Standard MOD-031-2 (Demand and Energy Data).
NERC submits a petition for approval of proposed Reliability Standard PRC-005-6 (Protection System, Automatic Reclosing, and Sudden Pressure Relaying Maintenance).
NERC submits a motion requesting FERC to defer the implementation of FERC approved Reliability Standards PRC-005-3, PRC-005-3(i), and PRC-005-4 from January 1, 2016 until after FERC issues a final order on proposed Reliability Standard PRC-005-6.
NERC submits an informational filing on the Assessment of Protection System Single Point of Failure report.
NERC submits a supplement to its pending Petition for Reliability Standard PRC-004-5 along with a replacement Implementation Plan.
NERC submits a request for a 30-day extension of time to file revisions to the Compliance and Certification Committee (CCC) Charter.
NERC submits additional information regarding the 2016 business plan and budget filing, in response to FERC's September 15, 2015 letter.
NERC submits reply comments in response to comments submitted by John G. Kappenman, Storm Analysis Consultants and Curtis Birnbach, Advanced Fusion Systems.
NERC submits comments in response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) proposing to approve revisions to the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Reliability Standards.
NERC submits a petition for approval of proposed Reliability Standards IRO-006-EAST-2 (Transmission Loading Relief Procedure for the Eastern Interconnection) and IRO-009-2 (Reliability Coordinator Actions to Operate within IROLs).
NERC submits an answer to the September 1, 2015 motion of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) in which EEI requested a series of orders related to Peak Reliability funding be vacated.
NERC submits a petition for approval of amendments to the Delegation Agreement with SERC Reliability Corporation (SERC), specifically amendments to Exhibit B – the SERC Bylaws.
NERC and SERC jointly submit an answer to the complaint regarding an Entergy Notice of Penalty.
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