​On January 26, NRECA, along with Edison Electric Institute (EEI), Utilities Technology Council (UTC), American Public Power Association (APPA), American Petroleum Institute (API), American Water Works Association (AWWA), National Public Safety Telecommunications Council, International Association of Fire Chiefs, American Gas Association (AGA), and APCO International, sent aletter respectfully urging the Federal Communications Commission to immediately to pause any additional equipment certification approvals for 6 GHz unlicensed low-power indoor (“LPI") devices until rigorous testing is conducted to demonstrate that unlicensed devices can coexist with incumbent fixed-microwave licensees in the 6 GHz band. Such action is necessary to satisfy Congress's recent directive to the FCC to provide a report on progress towards “ensuring rigorous testing related to unlicensed use of the 6 gigahertz band" and is the only prudent course given recent showings in the record that LPI devices pose a significant interference risk. ​