The Railbelt utilities have joined together to form a Railbelt Reliability Council (RRC). The RRC provides a forum and structure for the six interconnected Railbelt utilities, along with six non-utility stakeholders, to work together to address Railbelt-wide regional electric system issues in order to ensure grid resilience and reduce long term costs.
Applications are being sought from qualified organizations and individuals to be part of the 12-member Implementation Committee that will develop the RRC. Individuals and organizations interested in applying for one of the non-utility seats on the RRC Implementation Committee must submit an application by 5pm Monday, February 17. Implementation Committee members will be deemed volunteers and will not receive compensation from the RRC for their service on the Implementation Committee.
More details about the non-utility seats, including qualification requirements and criteria, can be found at www.alaskapower.org/rrc/.