Consumer Advocates of the PJM States (CAPS)
PJM and stakeholders presented their final CIFP proposals and posted executive summaries explaining how their packages would redesign the RTO's capacity market.
The industry must improve planning to account for changing resources and new load patterns, said experts at Infocast’s Transmission & Interconnection Summit.
The MIC voted against endorsing a proposal to expand the scope of the Reactive Power Compensation Task Force to include discussion of existing service rates.
PJM wrapped up the second phase of its critical issue fast path process to address RA concerns with two meetings on proposed changes to the capacity market.
Consumer advocates, environmental groups and a Maryland lawmaker urged PJM to adopt more transparent decision making processes.
State advocates would like to see more details when supplemental transmission projects are proposed to the Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee.
PJM and its IMM gave first reads of their proposals exploring whether generators should be permitted to recover upgrade costs for some critical facilities.
PJM expects to issue at least $1 billion in penalties over generation outages in December, when plummeting temperatures stretched the region to its limits.
Capping four years of discussions and analysis, PJM held a first read of competing fuel assurance rule changes for black start resources from PJM and the IMM.
PJM consumer advocates and transmission owners appear headed for a showdown over a proposed review of the RTO’s use of designated entity agreements.
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