NERC Reliability Standards definition

NERC Reliability Standards means the most recent version of those reliability standards applicable to the Generating Facility, or to the Generator Owner or the Generator Operator with respect to the Generating Facility, that are adopted by the NERC and approved by the applicable regulatory authorities, which are available at http://www.nerc.com/files/Reliability_Standards_Complete_Set.pdf, or any successor thereto.
NERC Reliability Standards means those reliability standards applicable to a generating or storage facility, or to the Generator Owner or the Generator Operator with respect to a generating or storage facility, that are adopted by NERC and approved by the applicable regulatory authorities and available on the NERC website.
NERC Reliability Standards. – shall mean mandatory and enforceable requirements, administered by NERC, approved by FERC under Section 215 of the Federal Power Act, to provide for reliable operation of the bulk-power system.

Examples of NERC Reliability Standards in a sentence

  • Registered Entity - The entity registered under the NERC Functional Model and NERC Rules of Procedures for the purpose of compliance with NERC Reliability Standards and responsible for carrying out the tasks within a NERC function without regard to whether a task or tasks are performed by another entity pursuant to the terms of the ISO’s Tariffs and ISO Related Agreements.

  • NERC Reliability Standards - Those standards that have been developed by NERC and approved by FERC to ensure the reliability of the bulk power system.

  • Under the NERC Functional Model and the NERC Rules of Procedure, Registered Entities within a specific function may be assessed penalties by FERC, NERC, and/or NPCC for violations of NERC Reliability Standards.

  • The purpose of this schedule is to allow for cost allocation; nothing in this schedule is intended to affect the obligations of Registered Entities for compliance with NERC Reliability Standards.

  • Buyer’s cooperation will include providing to Seller, or such other Person as Seller designates in writing, information in Buyer’s possession that Buyer as Scheduling Coordinator has provided to the CAISO related to the Generating Facility or actions that Buyer has taken as Scheduling Coordinator related to Seller’s compliance with the NERC Reliability Standards referenced above (e.g., Seller’s notices and updates provided by Buyer to the CAISO via SLIC).


More Definitions of NERC Reliability Standards

NERC Reliability Standards means: the reliability standards that are promulgated by the NERC, approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and implemented by the NPCC, as may be amended from time to time.
NERC Reliability Standards means those standards that have been developed by NERC and approved by FERC to ensure the reliability of the electric bulk power system.
NERC Reliability Standards means the electric reliability standards enforced by NERC and applicable to the Parties to this Agreement.
NERC Reliability Standards means the set of FERC approved standards that define the reliability requirements for planning and operating the North American bulk power system, which is, as of the Effective Date, available at xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/~filez/standards/Reliability_Standards_Regulatory_Approved.h tml, or any successor thereto.
NERC Reliability Standards means those reliability standards adopted by NERC and approved by FERC.
NERC Reliability Standards means the Reliability Standards for the Bulk Electric Systems of North America as issued by NERC, as such standards may be revised from time to time.