The D.C. Circuit rejected PJM’s “de minimis” exemption under its DFAX cost allocation and ordered FERC to explain its OK of DFAX's use in two N.J. projects.
The D.C. Circuit upheld FERC’s ruling that directed PJM to implement a new cost allocation method for transmission projects addressing stability issues.
The PJM Planning and Transmission Expansion Advisory committees discussed the proposed installed reserve margin for 2021/22.
FERC ended its refereeing in a battle over cost allocation of the $266.5M Artificial Island stability project, PJM’s first Order 1000 transmission project.
PJM’s Planning Committee deferred voting on a proposal regarding critical infrastructure mitigation projects for a webinar planned to discuss transparency.
PJM’s stability deviation method best suits cost allocation for Artificial Island, FERC said, denying rehearing requests favoring the status quo.
FERC reopened proceedings regarding PJM’s controversial Bergen-Linden Corridor and Artificial Island projects in New Jersey.
PJM won’t abandon the Artificial Island transmission project because of threats to close the two nuclear plants it’s intended to support, the RTO said.
The New Jersey Legislature passed abill that would create a zero-emission certificate (ZEC) subsidy for nuclear power plants.
A Delaware demand-side group has asked the PJM Board of Managers to again suspend the Artificial Island transmission project.
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