Power and Utilities Regulatory Compliance

Regulatory Reporting: Transformation is a Reality

The regulatory and reporting landscape is particularly complex for energy and utilities companies. They have to conduct operations in a variety of regulatory and tax regimes, they have big upfront investment needs, which often go hand in hand with great uncertainty about long-term outcomes.

The geopolitical, environmental, energy and natural resource supply and trading environment, […]

Combining Infrastructure Resiliency Programs

Earlier this week I attended a conference call with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Energy Water Nexus Council.  During the event, I inquired about recent efforts to combine the resiliency building programs for the nation’s aging electrical and water infrastructure.  The question was well received, and will more likely than not, be an […]

NERC Looking to Impose New Reliability Standards

Last May, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) instructed North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) to develop a new mandatory reliability standard to address and mitigate risks of geomagnetic disturbances (GMDs). Since then, FERC recommended adoption of these reliability standards that tackle the potentially detrimental and elaborate effects on the reliability of the electrical […]