NERC Audits for FERC Compliance: Lessons Learned
Meeting the Complex NERC Reliability Standards to Avoid Substantial Penalties
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss complying with NERC's reliability standards, compiling evidence needed to demonstrate compliance, preparing for NERC audits, and responding to possible compliance violations.
- Internal compliance programs
- Remedial action plan
- Audit process
- Pre-audit preparation
- Identifying potential areas of risk
- Mock audit
- Demonstrating compliance
- Responding to possible violations
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What strategies should companies and counsel employ to develop and implement effective compliance programs?
- What are the key areas of potential risk and what steps should companies and counsel take to minimize those risks?
- What actions should companies and counsel take if auditors identify possible violations?
Deborah A. Carpentier
She focuses primarily on federal regulatory and transactional energy issues for electric utilities and natural gas... | Read More
She focuses primarily on federal regulatory and transactional energy issues for electric utilities and natural gas companies in matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC). This representation includes advising clients on regulatory and reliability-related compliance programs, and NERC Reliability Standards.Close
J. Christopher Hajovsky
Director of Regulatory Affairs and NERC Reliability Standards
His responsibilities included development and oversight for RRI Energy’s NERC Corporate Compliance Program,... | Read More
His responsibilities included development and oversight for RRI Energy’s NERC Corporate Compliance Program, RRI’s market development activities, and oversight of the RRI Energy team that manages various compliance and reporting obligations in the 13 states in which RRI Energy holds assets or conducts business, as well numerous jurisdictional federal agencies.Close