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ABOUT THE RAILBELT RELIABILITY COUNCIL

The Railbelt Reliability Council (RRC) is certificated by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) as the electric reliability organization (ERO) for the Railbelt region of Alaska. Led by a 15-member Board of Directors, as the ERO, the goal of the RRC is to ensure grid resilience and reduce long-term costs by developing and enforcing technically sound reliability standards, conducting grid-wide integrated resource planning, and designing consistent interconnection protocols for grid users.

These activities will enhance cooperation among utilities, other power producers, and grid users to ensure consumer needs are reliability met.

For more detailed information about the RRC and its history, click here.

TIMELINE OF THE RRC

RRC timeline coming soon.

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