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

January 21, 2021
The teams for two projects working to revise the same two NERC standards are considering how to merge their work after stakeholders expressed support for the idea. | Interior Department
January 20, 2021
NERC’s Standards Committee is accelerating the pace at which it approves standard authorization requests for industry comment, causing concern among members. | NERC
January 19, 2021
FERC ordered NERC to audit the compliance monitoring and enforcement programs of all regional entities by June 2023, rejecting the organization's proposed audit plan. | © ERO Insider
January 14, 2021
NERC opened a third formal comment period on the standard authorization request for Project 2019-04 following revisions by the drafting team.
January 12, 2021
Industry participants support federal efforts to limit acquisition of foreign-manufactured hardware but warn that rooting it out of existing systems will be challenging.
January 7, 2021
NERC has extended the expansion of its self-logging program and deferment of audits and other on-site activities in response to the continuing pandemic. | CDC
January 6, 2021
Inspired by the successful shift to remote work in 2020, NERC is considering a partially online format for future meetings of the Board of Trustees. | NERC
January 5, 2021
FERC ordered revisions to NERC’s pro forma regional delegation agreement and its RDAs with all regional entities while approving the agreements overall. | NERC
December 20, 2020
DOE issued a prohibition order barring some U.S. utilities from acquiring equipment from China, citing concerns that its government may undermine the BPS. | International Atomic Energy Agency