According to NERC, the purpose of this new standard is to “maintain the coordination of protection systems installed to detect and isolate faults,” and it requires utilities to establish a number of procedures.
This new standard directly affects transmission, generation, and distribution entities, and it puts a heavy burden on utilities as it requires a vast amount of time and resources of the settings engineers.
Click here to see the FERC order approving PRC-027-1.
In order to comply with this new standard, utilities must meet the following three requirements:
Utilities have 24 months to comply after the FERC final ruling. The final ruling will be 60 days after June 7.
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SynchroGrid has been busy preparing for this new standard, and we are ready with a number of solutions to aid your utility in ensuring compliance.
Not only do we offer unmatched consulting solutions to address your problems, we also offer an innovative software, designed in house by our software engineers, that provides a complete solution for PRC-027-1.
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