Holden Mann

NERC / ERO Correspondent


Holden’s career in journalism spans 15 years and two continents. After getting his start as a TV news producer in Georgia, he moved to Asia in 2010 to attend the University of Hong Kong’s journalism program. That led to a stint at a children’s newspaper, followed by nearly five years at the Asian Venture Capital Journal charting the growth of the region’s private equity industry. Nowadays you’re most likely to find Holden at home in Atlanta with his wife and son, testing their patience with his latest recipes.


Most Recent News

April 8, 2021
FERC’s proposal for incentivizing public utilities to invest in cybersecurity improvements provoked a range of reactions from industry stakeholders. | Shutterstock
April 7, 2021
Considerable work is needed from all industry stakeholders in order to properly appreciate resilience's value, according to a recent white paper from EPRI. | EPRI
April 1, 2021
Ensuring grid resilience is “one of the most urgent tasks in the energy sector,” NASEO told Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm. | TechCrunch, via Wikimedia Commons
March 31, 2021
SERC Reliability CEO Jason Blake praised the regional entity’s new organizational structure at its inaugural Members Meeting. | SERC
March 25, 2021
NERC’s proposed virtualization-related updates to its critical infrastructure protection standards are headed for another round of revisions. | Shutterstock
March 24, 2021
February’s winter storm outages in Texas signal a need for a re-examination of the electric grid, members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee heard. | House Energy and Commerce Committee
March 22, 2021
Electric distribution systems carrying energy to end consumers are vulnerable to cyberattacks, but a new report says these risks are “not fully” addressed. | Government Accountability Office
March 18, 2021
FERC approved revisions to three of NERC’s critical infrastructure protection reliability standards, submitted last year under Project 2019-03. | Shutterstock
March 11, 2021
The Senate ENR Committee pressed NERC CEO Jim Robb and PJM CEO Manu Asthana for an explanation of the February winter storm and resulting outages in Texas. | U.S. Senate
February 22, 2021
FERC Chair Richard Glick said he may seek new reliability standards to ensure better preparation for severe winter conditions following outages in Texas and the Midwest. | PowerOutage.US