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Posted: 05/19/2022

RSC approval of the DER Guidance Document

The NPCC Regional Standards Committee approved an updated version of the NPCC DER/VER Guidance Document on May 11, 2022. Version 3 of the Guidance Document provides regional guidance and information for voluntary use by NPCC Members and Stakeholders.

The document has been updated to include resource planning impacts, FERC Order 2222 on DER aggregation, interconnection standards and a new Appendix on transmission connected inverter-based resources.

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