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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 PJM MIC endorsed an initiative to update the RTO’s business rules to accommodate co-located generation and energy storage hybrid resources.
FERC ruled two merchant transmission operators in New Jersey are liable for cost allocations under PJM’s RTEP despite converting from firm to non-firm.
In a trio of orders, FERC again rejected challenges to PJM’s transmission cost allocation methods in a long-running dispute in New Jersey.
FERC declined to rehear its order directing PJM to allow two merchant transmission operators to convert some transmission withdrawal rights to non-firm.
FERC rejected a request to rehear its ruling approving changes to the PJM-NYISO joint operating agreement reflecting a new operational plan for interfaces between New York and New Jersey.
FERC dismissed a complaint from the NYPA that alleged it was not responsible for PJM’s charges after a transmission facility relinquished withdrawal rights.
FERC denied a complaint from the New Jersey BPU to reallocate the Bergen-Linden Corridor project’s costs, leaving PSEG to pay for most of it.
PJM must amend interconnection service agreements to allow two merchant transmission facilities to convert from firm to non-firm service, FERC ruled.
PJM’s plan for addressing uplift remains on schedule, and the final two phases of its three-phase solution will be filed by the end of this week.
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