Abbreviation for the U.K. National Environmental Research Council. See the NERC Web site.
National Environment Research Council
North American Reliability Council; a not-for-profit company formed by the electric utility industry in 1968 to promote the reliability of the electricity supply in North America. NERC consists of nine Regional Reliability Councils and one Affiliate whose members account for virtually all the electricity supplied in the United States, Canada, and a portion of Mexico.
Natural Environment Research Council
The Northern American Electric Reliability Council. An association for regional councils which provides coordination and planning.
Natrual Environment and Rural Commmunities (Act)
North American Electric Reliability Council
North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC ) is an organization whose members are drawn from all segments of the electric industry: investor-owned utilities; federal power agencies; rural electric cooperatives; state, municipal and provincial utilities; independent power producers; power marketers; and end-use customers in the United States, Canada, and a portion of Baja California Norte, Mexico. NERC sets standards for the reliable operation and planning of the bulk electric system and monitors, assesses, and enforces compliance with those standards.