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Vice Chair Regulatory & Compliance (NERC/FERC) Roundtable
Dwight Beatty, Vice Chair Regulatory & Compliance (NERC/FERC) Roundtable
Dwight R. Beatty
O&M Manager
Dogwood Energy Facility (NAES)


Dwight has worked in the power generation field for 35 years and has experience in biomass, bio-solids, Municipal Solid Waste, RDF and combined cycle gas turbine facilities.  He started his career in the United States Navy in 1980 as  boiler technician.

Dwight has held a number of management positions covering all aspects of plant operations: Operations Manager, Maintenance Manager, NERC Compliance Manager and Interim Plant Manager. 

During his short time at Dogwood, Dwight has been able to participate in the planning and execution of two Major CT overhauls, two Combustor Inspections, one STG overhaul, two generator rewinds, two Hot gas pas inspections as well as a multimillion dollar controls system upgrade.  Dwight has also been involved in the commissioning of three power generation facilities.

Dwight joined NAES Corporation in April of 2008. He manages all aspects of this 675 mw CCGT as well as the SME for the 693 requirements.  Dogwood is in the SPP region.

Dwight assumed the duties and responsibilities of Vice Chair for the Regulatory and Compliance (NERC/FERC) Roundtable in the fall of 2015.

Position Objective: To provide incremental business value to the CTOTF™ membership by facilitating communications, information, and discussion among CTOTF™ members, equipment manufacturers, and service providers for the Regulatory & Compliance (NERC/FERC) Roundtable and to assist the Regulatory & Compliance Roundtables Chair in planning and conducting the Regulatory & Compliance Roundtables .
Position:Users' Registration FormDuties and Responsibilities

This Roundtable is provided for Member Users, to exchange information regarding issues and concerns, affecting the CT power producing industry with respect to NERC/FERC.

Discussion topics for this Roundtable include: Regulatory interface and compliance.