StatusThe final ballot for PRC-025-2 – Generator Relay Loadability concluded 8 p.m. Eastern, Thursday, January 18, 2018. The voting results can be accessed via the link below. The standard will be submitted to the Board of Trustees for adoption and then filed with the appropriate regulatory authorities.BackgroundReliability Standard PRC-025-1 (Generator Relay Loadability), which was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in Order No. 799 issued on July 17, 2014, became effective on October 1, 2014. Under the phased implementation plan, applicable entities have between five and seven years to become compliant with the standard depending on the scope of work required by the Generator Owner. In the course of implementing the standard, issues have been identified for specific Facility applications and load-responsive protective relays.Standard(s) Affected – PRC-025-1 – Generator Relay LoadabilityPurpose/Industry NeedPotential revisions to the standard are expected to improve flexibility in applying various options and provide clarification to other issues raised in the SAR.
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