Consolidated Transmission Owners Agreement (CTOA)
FERC on Tuesday accepted revisions to PJM's Consolidated Transmission Owners Agreement, changing voting rules at the TOA-AC.
FERC rejected challenges to its December decision regarding end-of-life projects in PJM but opened the door for a future challenge.
FERC rejected a PJM joint stakeholder proposal regarding EOL projects, siding with transmission owners who argued the proposal violated their rights.
FERC accepted PJM Transmission Owners’ Tariff amendments governing end-of-life projects, a proposal that was hotly contested by stakeholders.
PJM transmission owners demanded that the RTO refuse to submit to FERC the end-of-life proposal approved by stakeholders.
PJM transmission owners warned in a strongly worded letter that “PJM is at a crossroads” with an upcoming sector-weighted vote on end-of-life projects.
PJM stakeholders debated for nearly two hours over three proposals to address transmission owners’ spending on end-of-life projects.
PJM told the Planning Committee it stands behind seeking approval of a regional market efficiency project process without developing cost allocation rules.
LS Power is challenging PJM over a new regional targeted market efficiency project process and AEP's proposed storage-as-transmission asset project.
PJM’s incumbent transmission owners must sign designated entity agreements just the same as the nonincumbent developers building projects in their zones.
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