NERC & Regulatory Compliance


From Complexity to Clarity,

EPE Makes Compliance Effortless

At EPE, we offer a comprehensive suite of North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Compliance Services, designed to support your generation and/or transmission facilities throughout their entire lifecycles. From initial project development and commissioning to ongoing compliance program management, as well as handling audits and other critical events, we are dedicated to ensuring your facility operates in full regulatory compliance. Our primary focus is to equip owners and operators with the necessary tools and resources to meet all applicable NERC requirements seamlessly.

Our team of experts boasts an extensive depth of industry knowledge, capable of providing assistance with both the Operations and Planning standards and the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards for registered entities. We understand the unique challenges faced by renewable resources, and our experience in partnering with renewable resource/inverter-based resource developers, asset owners and operators allows us to effectively minimize risks and support achieving regulatory and compliance objectives for your organization.

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We tailor our services to ensure your project’s success, and we consider ourselves an extension of your team. If you’re interested in a service that is not featured here, please contact us.

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NERC & Regulatory Compliance Resources

What’s the difference between NERC and FERC?

What’s the difference between NERC and FERC?

The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) are two important organizations in the electric power industry in the United States. Although they are often mentioned together, they have distinct roles and...

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Case Study

Pioneer Trail Wind Project

EPE evaluated the performance of the Pioneer Trail Wind Project to determine its compliance with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Low Voltage Ride Through (LVRT), High Voltage Ride Through (HVRT), Low Frequency Ride Through (LFRT), and High Frequency Ride Through (HFRT) requirements for wind generating resources. The project must meet the LVRT/HVRT and LFRT/HFRT requirements set forth in NERC Standard PRC-024 for the Eastern Interconnection.