American Municipal Power (AMP)
PJM stated that FERC's approval of a six-day extension of the comment period in its CIFP filings would not affect the feasibility of having market changes implemented for the 2025/26 capacity auction slated for June 2024.
PJM members recommended various avenues for the RTO's Board of Managers to consider as it weighs a possible FERC filing incorporating components of proposals made during the critical issues fast path process.
None of the 20 proposals PJM and stakeholders drafted through the critical issue fast path to rework the capacity market garnered sector-weighted support from the Members Committee.
PJM showed updated risk analysis figures and stakeholders made new proposals during the July 17 Critical Issue Fast Path process meeting.
PJM wrapped up the second phase of its critical issue fast path process to address RA concerns with two meetings on proposed changes to the capacity market.
PJM is weeks away from the scheduled date for the 2025/26 Base Residual Auction without an order from FERC on whether it will be permitted to delay the auction.
PJM's Board of Managers rejected a proposal to lower nonperformance penalties, while AMP was displeased the board responded to reliability claims.
Stakeholders continued to refine proposals to overhaul PJM’s capacity market through the second phase of the RTO’s critical issues fast path process.
PJM's vice president of market design told the MRC that the RTO is delaying its estimation of when it will be publishing a report on the December winter storm.
Transmission owners found themselves on the defensive throughout FERC's technical conference on transmission planning and cost management.
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