FERC Agrees to Defer Standards Implementation April 20, 2020 By Holden MannFERC has agreed to NERC's request to defer the implementation of seven reliability standards scheduled to take effect this year. | FERC Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know? Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. CISA Releases Pandemic Guidelines for Control Centers - RTO Insider, LLC […] in Reliability ReportApril 22, 2020NWPP Planning Western Resource Adequacy ProgramApril 21, 2020FERC Agrees to Defer Standards ImplementationApril 20, 2020MISO Monitor Rebuffed on PJM Pseudo-tiesApril 19, 2020NERC White Paper Examines Fast Frequency […] April 28, 2020 |Log in to Reply NERC Pushes Back on New CIP Standard Challenge - RTO Insider, LLC […] CIP-013-1 is set to take effect Oct. 1, along with CIP-005-6 (Electronic security perimeter(s)) and CIP-010-3 (Configuration change management and vulnerability assessments). The standards were scheduled to take effect July 1, but FERC agreed to delay implementation in order to reduce compliance burdens on industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. (See FERC Agrees to Defer Standards Implementation.) […] June 19, 2020 |Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.