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Northeast Power Coordinating Council, Inc. (NPCC) is one of six Regional Entities located throughout the United States, Canada and portions of Mexico that, in concert with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, seek to assure a highly reliable, resilient, and secure North American bulk power system through the effective and efficient identification, reduction, and mitigation of reliability risks. NPCC’s geographic area includes the state of New York, the six New England states, Ontario, Québec, and the Canadian Maritime Provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Overall, NPCC covers an area of nearly 1.2 million square miles, populated by approximately 56 million people.

NPCC carries out its mission through: (i) the development of regional reliability standards and compliance assessment and enforcement of continent-wide and Regional Reliability standards, coordination of system planning, design and operations, and assessment of reliability, (collectively, Criteria Services activities) (ii) the establishment of Regionally-specific criteria and monitoring and enforcement of compliance with such criteria (collectively, Criteria Services activities).

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