NAGF Annual Meeting

Our annual meeting will be held in NERC's Atlanta Offices on October 2-3.  Tickets available via Eventbrite:


Tuesday (lunch at noon, keynote at 1PM):

Keynote Speaker - Jim Robb, CEO, NERC
State of the Standards - Howard Gugel, NERC
Executive Coordinator activities update - Wayne Sipperly, NAGF
FERC & NAGF Meeting Updates - Wayne Sipperly, NAGF
Peer Review Experience - Mike Gabriel & Tracy Dreymala, EthosEnergy
NAGF Working Group Updates - NAGF Working Group Leads
NAGF Business Matters - NAGF Officers
Cocktail Reception - Maggiano's Little Italy

PER-006 implementation - Venona Greaff, Oxy & Alison MacKellar, Exelon
E-ISAC 101 & Russian Hacking Brief - Sam Chanoski, NERC
GADS coding changes - Margaret Pate
RF reliability and compliance awareness & engagement opportunities - Scott Etnoyer,Talen Energy & Jeff Craigo, Kristen Senk, RF
FERC Emerging Concerns - Al Schriver, NextEra, Wayne Sipperly, NAGF & Bob Cummings, NERC

Dual Track Breakout Sessions Wednesday after lunch
O&P track

Protection System Coordination Revisited: PRC-025, PRC-026 & PRC-027 - Maysam Radvar, Ready Technologies
Inverter Task Force Update - Al Schriver, NextEra Energy
Standard Efficiency Review - David Lemmons, EthosEnergy, Laura Anderson, NERC
PFR Inner & Outer Controls - Frank Buttler, Southern Company
BAL-003 Update - David Lemmons, EthosEnergy
PFR Project and activities update - Dave Belanger, Utility Services
PRC-004 and PRC-005 scope - Terry Crawley & Anthony Washington, Southern Company

CIP track
CIP Low Implementation Experience & CIP-003-7 Plans - Mike Gabriel, EthosEnergy & Frank Lyter, Talen Energy
NAGF Supply Chain White Paper - Wayne Sipperly, NAGF
Project 2016-02 CIP Modifications - Jay Cribb, Southern Company
Physical Security Update: assessments and lessons learned - Pete Scalici, NPCC
Medium & High BES Cyber System Discussion Panel -
Todd Bennett, AECI; Dan Goyne, Dominion Energy; Heather Morgan, EDP Renewables --- Moderated by Jay Cribb, Southern Company

We will be offering Continuing Education Units for your PE, CCEP or other certification for those that attend in person.

Here is NERC's travel guide for their Atlanta office for 2018: 

For special dietary needs, contact Venona Greaff:

Welcome to the North American Generator Forum

The North American Generator Forum (NAGF) was founded in 2009 as a vehicle for utility and non-utility owned generator owners and/or operators to address issues related to registration, compliance, standards development and other NERC-related topics. In 2013, the North American Generator Forum, Inc. became a non-profit, dues-based corporation.

We provide entities who are generator owners and operators in North America a means to collaborate and communicate with FERC, NERC, the Regional Entities, the Canadian Provinces and other organizations with missions similar to ours, with the ultimate goal of improving the reliability of the bulk power system.

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