designated entity agreement (DEA)
Stakeholders urged PJM to delay action on generation deliverability testing until rules on capacity interconnection rights for ELCC resources are complete.
Consumer advocates, industrial consumers and municipals asked FERC to force PJM to require incumbent TOs to sign agreements on immediate-need projects.
PJM consumer advocates and transmission owners appear headed for a showdown over a proposed review of the RTO’s use of designated entity agreements.
Stakeholders unanimously endorsed a revised proposal from PJM and the Independent Market Monitor addressing start-up cost offer development.
A summary of the agenda items scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability Committee meeting on May 25, 2022.
FERC rejected a filing by PJM in its Order 1000 compliance docket that would have updated the definition of “designated entity.”
PJM’s incumbent transmission owners must sign designated entity agreements just the same as the nonincumbent developers building projects in their zones.
FERC approved the designated entity agreement for Transource Energy's Independence Energy Connection, PJM's largest-ever congestion-reducing transmission project.
FERC rejected PJM’s proposal to exempt incumbent transmission owners from signing designated entity agreements (DEAs).
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