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Governmental/Regulatory Affairs Advisory Group

The NPCC Governmental/Regulatory Affairs Advisory Group provides a forum where industry and governmental and/or regulatory representatives can exchange views and strive to develop consensus policy recommendations on reliability issues specific to the NPCC Region (Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada) and share actionable information among NPCC, NERC and other related governmental and/or regulatory agencies related to Regional reliability matters. A related contributing activity is to strengthen proactive outreach and communication with key provincial, federal, state regulatory, legislative, and policy bodies and associations across North America.

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