January 31, 2014
NATF Launches Redesigned Site
The NATF unveiled a new and improved public site today: www.natf.net.
In addition to expanded content, the new design features improved graphics, layout, and navigation. These updates will help us provide greater value in sharing information to current members, prospective members, and outside organizations.
Two key improvements for members are the addition of a more visible “Members Site” link, which is located at the top left of every page, and a streamlined web address.
January 29, 2014
NATF Updates Staff E-mail Addresses
NATF staff e-mail addresses have changed to the natf.net domain, effective January 29, 2014. The transmissionforum.net e-mail addresses will forward to the new accounts for approximately one year to ensure a thorough transition. E-mails sent to the old accounts will receive an automated reply notifying senders to update their records. As part of this initiative, we’ve added a new e-mail account (email@example.com) for general NATF information and questions.
July 09, 2013
NATF Signs MOU with NERC
NATF, NERC sign memorandum of understanding to improve coordination on selected reliability activities of mutual interest.
July 01, 2012
NATF to Collaborate with INPO
NATF and INPO establish MOU to collaborate on reliability and safety topics related to the transmission system interface with nuclear power plants.
September 26, 2011
North American Transmission Forum Hires CEO
The board of directors of the North American Transmission Forum elected Thomas J. Galloway as the organization’s first president and chief executive officer effective October 16, 2011. “Adding Tom as CEO marks an important milestone in our organization’s growth and success,” said Billy Ball, Southern Company chief transmission officer and NATF board chairman. “Tom’s leadership skills, personal passion for excellence and experience at the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation make him well suited to be our first CEO. We are very excited about the future of the Forum under Tom’s leadership.”
January 01, 2010
Transmission Forum Becomes Independent Corporation
The North American Transmission Forum, the organization formed in 2007 to improve the operations and reliability of the electric power systems in North America, has organized as an independent non-profit corporation.