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Governance & Corporate Matters

NPCC’s governance is designed to assure fair stakeholder representation and independence in all activities performed. NPCC is governed by a hybrid Board of Directors. 


Board of Directors


NPCC’s Board of Directors consist of fourteen (14) Stakeholder Directors, two (2) Independent Directors, an Independent Board Chair and the President and CEO. There are two (2) Stakeholder Directors from each of the following Sectors:

  • Sector 1 Transmission Owners
  • Sector 2 Reliability Coordinators
  • Sector 3 Transmission Dependent Utilities, Distribution Companies, and Load-Serving Entities
  • Sector 4 Generator Owners
  • Sector 5 Marketers, Brokers and Aggregators
  • Sector 6 State and Provincial Regulatory and/or Governmental Authorities
  • Sector 7 Sub-Regional Reliability Councils, Customers, Other Regional Entities, and Interested Entities

 

The Board is responsible for managing NPCC's affairs according to NPCC’s Bylaws and the Delegation Agreement between NPCC and NERC. Further detailed information regarding the Board composition, objectives, eligibility, voting, and additional obligations may be found in the NPCC Bylaws.

 

Board Committees:

  • Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee
  • Finance and Audit Committee
  • Management Development and Compensation Committee
  • Pension Committee

 

Additional NPCC Committees:

  • Compliance Committee
  • Public Information Committee
  • Regional Standards Committee
  • Reliability Coordinating Committee

 

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