December 9, 2023
Devin Leith-Yessian
PJM Correspondent
Devin got his start in the newspaper world at the Meriden Record-Journal, covering small towns in central Connecticut and writing about everything from the town fair to the angry budget meetings about how much to spend on the town fair. A graduate of the journalism program at Central Connecticut State University, he left the Nutmeg State to cover PJM from his new home in Philadelphia. Though now a city dweller, Devin has retained his love of nature and will be exploring a whole new set of mountains and forests, some made out of concrete.

Recent Articles
Former Ohio PUC Chair Charged with Bribery
Former PUCO Chair Sam Randazzo pleaded not guilty to charges that FirstEnergy paid him $4 million in bribes before his appointment to aid the utility.
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OPSI Urges Reliability Coordination Between PJM, States
The Organization of PJM States urged the PJM Board of Managers to work closer with member states to find holistic solutions to reliability challenges posed by rising load and generation retirements.
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3rd Circuit Rejects Challenges to PJM MOPR, Affirms Authority over FERC Deadlocks
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld FERC's 2021 approval of PJM's tightened minimum offer price rule, which removed a requirement that resources receiving state subsidies be mitigated to their cost-based offer.
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PJM Restructuring Executive Team

PJM is restructuring its executive team, the RTO announced Nov. 28, promoting Stu Bresler to executive vice president of market services and strategy and creating two new positions.

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PJM MRC/MC Briefs: Nov. 15, 2023
The PJM Markets and Reliability Committee endorsed new generation winterization requirements, followed by the Members Committee approving three changes to the stakeholder process.
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