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Raymond Gilby

Raymond Gilby

  Raymond Gilby is the team leader of DNV GL’s Regulatory Compliance Group and has over 35 years of utility experience. Since 2007, Ray has been assisting generation, transmission, and distribution entities with:  
  • NERC registration
  • Operating and cyber security processes and procedures for NERC compliance
  • Defining and implementing NERC compliance programs
  • Serving as interim or startup NERC Compliance Manager to bridge a resource gap
  • Performing initial, annual or dry-run compliance assessments
  • Assisting entities conversion to CIP Version 5
  • Leading a team of cyber security experts involved in electric, nuclear and transportation control centers and smart grids
  When asked who he works for, his reply is “the client’s NERC compliance” and where does he live; “airline terminals, hotels and client conference rooms.” To join Mr. Gilby’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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Meeting Frequency Response Requirements (BAL-003-1)

NERC's Frequency Response and Frequency Bias Setting standard (BAL-003-1) has an enforcement date of April 1, 2015. During this implementation period, a number of Balancing Authorities (BA) have used NERC's FRS Form 1 to determine where they are rela ...

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Internal controls to ensure NERC Compliance

Internal controls to ensure NERC Compliance

Since 2007, the utility industry has been working to improve their compliance programs based on guidance from NERC and the regional entities, as well as lessons learned through audits. NERC has also been on a learning curve and is in the process of d ...

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Protection System Maintenance (PRC-005-2) – So many questions and so little time

With the FERC approval of PRC-005-2, with the stated purpose "To document and implement programs for the maintenance of all Protection Systems affecting the reliability of the Bulk Electric System (BES) so that these Protection Systems are kept in wo ...

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