NAGF News Bullets for Bi-Week ending 2/12/2021

Date: 2/15/2021

Subject: NAGF News Bullets for Bi-Week ending 2/12/2021

  • NAGF Physical Security Working Group – Kick-off Webinar
    The NAGF is establishing a working group focused on generator physical security. The kick-off webinar is for the NAGF PSWG is scheduled for Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 03:00-04:00 pm EST. This working group is open at all NAGF members. The webinar information is available on the NAGF Groupsite. The meeting agenda is attached for reference:
    (Located on the NAGF Groupsite PSWG file cabinet under the “Physical Security Working Group Files\Subgroup Files\ 20201 Meetings”)
  • NERC Report Highlights Major Contribution to Reliability Offered by Battery Storage
    The subject report emphasizes the potential reliability benefits that battery energy storage systems can offer, such as providing peaking capacity; minimizing the need for new generation and transmission infrastructure; and providing essential reliability services (e.g., frequency response, ramping and voltage support). The report identifies a number of other key findings and recommendations for consideration and implementation by industry and regulators that will leverage the reliability benefits those battery energy storage systems can offer.
  • NERC Publishes 2020 Annual Report Highlighting Pandemic Response, Industry Collaboration, and Effectiveness and Efficiency Efforts
  • Hold The Date: 2021 NAGF 1Q Member Webinar – March 18th 01:00-02:00 pm EST
    The NAGF holds quarterly webinars as a way to engage membership regarding recent NAGF activities, FERC/NERC initiatives, and acquire feedback on activities of interest going forward. The subject webinar placeholder has been added to the NAGF Groupsite calendar and will be updated with the webinar agenda shortly. If you have items of interest for the agenda, please feel free to contact me to discuss further.




Wayne Sipperly Jr.
Executive Director
North American Generator Forum
M: (914) 806-0397

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