Create, validate, and file FERC Electric Quarterly Reports (EQRs) in compliance with FERC Order 770
The Commission mandates public and certain non-public utilities publish their rates and charges on file in a convenient form and place. FERC Order 2001 replaced paper-based filing requirements with an electronic format for Electric Quarterly Reports (EQRs) in 2002. FERC Order 770, effective for Q3 2013, adopted a web-based submission platform that accommodates an XML-formatted file.
Systrends' eFileEQR software manages EQRs with ease and efficiency
Integrated validation rules automatically audit transaction data and highlight warnings and errors to ensure compliance with the latest regulatory requirements.
Import Excel or CSV files to minimize the burden of reformatting or automatically copy forward ID and Contract Data any previously submitted quarter.
Distribute workflows and approvals across multiple users through a staging process and manage EQR submissions for multiple FERC-regulated entities.
Search, filter, and review large contracts and transaction volumes with a powerful backend database and intuitive user interface.
Export Microsoft Excel or XML files with transaction data, validation reports, and error reports. Improve refile accuracy with historical validation reports.
Secure connection to FERC empowers authorized users to submit the XML file directly.
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Flexible Filing Solution
Prepare and submit filings independently with our software or send your prepared documents to our subject-matter experts for a full-service offering
Our subject-matter experts offer training at onboarding, stay current on the latest regulatory changes, and provide responsive support throughout the customer journey
Robust Security Controls
Enterprise security controls, Single Sign-On (SSO), Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), role-based permissions, and a detailed audit trail protect the filing environment