American Transmission Systems Inc. (ATSI)
FirstEnergy's "Energizing the Future" spending plan to update its 24,000 miles of transmission lines and substations is paying off with higher profits.
FERC ordered hearing and settlement procedures on ATSI’s request to recover $154 million, including costs related to its move from MISO to PJM in 2011.
FERC issued a policy statement finalizing rules regarding the use of hold-harmless commitments.
FERC denied ATSI’s request to rehear two 2011 orders in which it ruled that ATSI was not entitled to exit fees and legacy transmission costs.
PJM will create a pricing interface in the ATSI Black River area to capture in LMPs operator actions taken to relieve thermal or voltage problems resulting from high loads.
Four out of five Reliability Must-Run generation units in the ATSI zone will shut down this year rather than 2015.
News briefs from the states within the PJM footprint. This week we include Illinois, Kentucky, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
AP South and the Cleveland Interface attracted the most attention in PJM’s inaugural window for proposed congestion relief upgrades.
Some of the changes PJM is considering in the wake of September's unexpected heat wave include: more conservative reserve calculations, quicker and more granular demand response deployments and optimizing trades with neighboring regions.
WASHINGTON – FERC today rejected settlements by FirstEnergy and Duke Energy affiliates over their moves to PJM, ruling that the companies unfairly imposed transition costs.
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