Reliability Standards definition

Reliability Standards means the criteria, standards and requirements relating to reliability set forth in this Code and, where relevant, as established by applicable reliability organizations;

Examples of Reliability Standards in a sentence

The NPCC Regional Reliability Standards Development Procedure is: • Open — The NPCC Regional Reliability Standards Development Procedure provides any person the ability to participate in the development of a standard.

Other Attributes of the NPCC Regional Reliability Standards Development Procedure include; • Maintenance of Regional Reliability Standards-NPCC Regional Standards will be reviewed for possible revision at least every three years and follow the same process as a new standard.

They will also provide a technical advisory role in the Regional Reliability Standards development procedure through recommendations.

This NPCC Regional Reliability Standards Development Procedure will be reviewed for possible revision at least once every five years or more frequently if needed and subject to the same procedure as that of the development of a standard.

In order to receive the approval of the ERO, the NPCC Reliability Standards Development Process must also achieve the following objectives: • No Adverse Impact on Reliability of the Interconnection —An NPCC Regional Reliability Standard provides a level of bulk power system reliability that is necessary and adequate to protect public health, safety, welfare, and North American security and will not have an adverse impact on the reliability of the Interconnection or other Regions within the Interconnection.


More Definitions of Reliability Standards

Reliability Standards means those NERC Reliability Standards and WECC Regional Reliability Standards that have been approved by FERC under Section 215 of the Federal Power Act and WECC applicable Regional Criteria referenced in FERC- approved Reliability Standards.
Reliability Standards means standards approved by FERC pursuant to Section 215 of the Federal Power Act and 18 C.F.R. Section 39.5, as such standards are authorized and in effect from time to time.
Reliability Standards means reliability standards as defined in the Electric Utilities Act.
Reliability Standards means a requirement to provide for Reliable Operation of the Bulk Power System, including without limiting the foregoing, requirements for the operation of existing Bulk Power System Facilities, including cyber security protection, and including the design of planned additions or modifications to such Facilities to the extent necessary for Reliable Operation of the Bulk Power System, but the term does not include any requirement to enlarge Bulk Power System Facilities or to construct new transmission capacity or generation capacity. A Reliability Standard shall not be effective in the United States until approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and shall not be effective in other jurisdictions until made or allowed to become effective by the Applicable Governmental Authority.
Reliability Standards mean the enforceable NERC or Texas RE Reliability Standard that has been approved by FERC.