Though a bridge to Wilmington has finally reopened, some PJM members want to continue holding MRC and MC meetings at the RTO's Conference and Training Center in Valley Forge, where the meetings have been held for the past two months. -more-
News briefs on the federal agencies that impact those doing business in PJM's footprint. This week, we highlight the Army, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the EPA and the Energy Department. -more-
A federal appellate court Friday rejected challenges to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s landmark Order 1000, saying the commission had the authority to open transmission development to competition.
Just days after Norman Bay was sworn in as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s fifth member, Democrat John Norris announced he will resign his position almost three years early, creating yet another opening on the panel. -more-
PJM officials last week defended their practice of creating interfaces to capture operator actions in response to voltage problems, saying they can’t guarantee the constraints will be modeled in FTR auctions. -more-
Competitive Power Ventures plans to begin major construction next month on its 661-MW combined-cycle plant in Maryland despite an unfavorable ruling last week from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. -more-