Organizations Involved: Institute for Policy Integrity
Source: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Abstract

These comments to FERC on its grid resilience docket argue that the Commission should not take mandatory national or regional action, but instead encourage RTOs to continue to systematically evaluate the resilience of the bulk power system and be open to proposals to make specific resilience improvements. The comments more specifically contend that the Commission (1) should not impose a one-size-fits-all solution on RTOs; (2) should not consider resilience as a catch all concept; (3) should encourage RTOs to conduct cost/benefit analyses to justify resilience-based policy changes; and (4) has sufficient existing authority to address threats identified.

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