Texas RE Announcement
Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Response

Texas RE continues to closely monitor the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) situation and is following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). All Texas RE employees will be working from home beginning this Wednesday, March 18; non-essential travel has been cancelled; and all meetings have either been cancelled or moved to an online format. We recommend stakeholders consider implementing similar protocols to protect employees, their families, and the community. Everyone's health and safety is our primary concern at this time.

Texas RE (under guidance from NERC) is also adjusting procedures that normally include on-site activity with registered entities. Texas RE understands the challenges presented by current circumstances and will implement online meetings whenever possible and/or maintain flexibility for scheduling and deliverable timelines. Please make Texas RE aware of any newly implemented company policies that could impact compliance monitoring, reliability services, or enforcement processes. If a staffing limitation will impact your ability to efficiently facilitate any Texas RE process, we will collaborate with you to determine appropriate next steps.

This situation is unprecedented for all of us. The safety and security of the bulk power system is more vital than ever and Texas RE appreciates your dedication to maintaining reliability.

Please contact information@texasre.org with any questions.

NERC's Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Pandemic Contingency Planning recommendations are available here.