capacity interconnection rights (CIRs)
The PJM Market Implementation Committee overwhelmingly voted to endorse manual revisions to put limits on when generators can submit real-time values.
The PJM MIC endorsed a problem statement and issue charge to explore multi-schedule modeling of combined cycle generators in the market clearing engine.
PJM's MIC deferred a vote on adopting a problem statement and issue charge to discuss combined cycle modeling in the market clearing engine.
PJM’s Markets and Reliability Committee and Members Committee endorsed a proposal to change the RTO’s accreditation methodology for intermittent resources.
PJM's Planning Committee endorsed a proposed solution for capacity accreditation of intermittent resources under the effective load-carrying capability process.
PJM's MRC rejected two proposals that would have created a “circuit breaker” mechanism to limit prices during extended periods of high prices.
The PJM Planning Committee reviewed a slate of proposals to address capacity interconnection rights for effective load-carrying capability resources.
The PJM Planning Committee continued fine-tuning the five remaining packages for assigning capacity interconnection rights to ELCC resources.
Stakeholders urged PJM to delay action on generation deliverability testing until rules on capacity interconnection rights for ELCC resources are complete.
PJM responded to its Market Monitor’s latest recommendations, noting that many of the issues are in the scope of current stakeholder discussions.
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