Status:A recirculation ballot is now open through April 29, 2013.
Purpose/Industry Need: To satisfy FERC Order 693, paragraph “1894 - The Commission directs the ERO to modify the glossary through the Reliability Standards development process to include the statutory definitions of the terms Bulk-Power System, Reliable Operation and Reliability Standard. However, this determination does not negate our discussion in the Applicability section of the Final Rule. While the glossary should be revised to include the statutory definition of Bulk-Power System, the Reliability Standards refer to the bulk electric system, which is also defined in the glossary.” Background: In paragraph 1894 of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Order 693, the Commission directed the Electric Reliability Organization to include the statutory definitions of the Bulk Power System, Reliability Standard, and Reliable Operation in the NERC Glossary of Terms used in Reliability Standards. Inclusion of these statutory definitions in the NERC Glossary of Terms used in Reliability Standards will address these outstanding Commission directives. The proposed definitions for Bulk-Power System, Reliability Standard, and Reliable Operation are identical to the definitions found in Section 215 of the Federal Power Act.
04/18/13 - 04/29/13
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