Capacity Construct/Public Policy Senior Task Force
Stakeholders at the Markets and Reliability Committee meeting declined to endorse any proposals to revise PJM’s capacity model.
PJM staff will recommend that the RTO’s Board of Managers approve its own capacity repricing proposal next month, ignoring an endorsement vote scheduled for an alternative proposal that had garnered more stakeholder support.
PJM has a lot on its plate for 2018, including an ongoing effort to change its capacity market structure, the DOE NOPR and gas-electric coordination.
PJM’s long-awaited capacity construct redesign will have to wait at least another month for endorsement by the Markets and Reliability Committee.
A summary of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability Committee on Dec. 21, 2017.
PJM staff unveiled their proposal on price formation at last week’s Markets and Reliability Committee meeting.
PJM’s Capacity Construct/Public Policy Senior Task Force reviewed the results of a vote on proposals to re-envision the RTO’s capacity market structure.
PJM provided updates to their capacity market redesign proposals at last week’s meeting of the Capacity Construct/Public Policy Senior Task Force (CCPPSTF).
OPSI warned PJM that it should avoid any capacity market changes that would increase costs or restrict state policies setting generation preferences.
PJM announced revisions to its capacity proposal while Dayton Power and Light said it was withdrawing its plan.
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