July 18, 2024

distribution factor (DFAX)

National Grid Renewables
Renewable Developers Challenge MISO’s Lower Congestion Limit
A group of renewable developers lodged a complaint at FERC over MISO’s pursuit of a smaller system impact threshold on interconnecting generation.
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MISO, Stakeholders Debate Lower Congestion Limit
MISO remains set on limiting transmission congestion by instituting a lower system impact threshold on interconnecting generation.
Madison Gas and Electric
MISO Insists it can Handle Record-setting Interconnection Queue
MISO assured stakeholders that it has the means to study the 170 GW worth of new generation interconnection requests that officially queued up last month.
PJM Planning Committee Briefs: Sept. 6, 2022
The Planning Committee heard updates on PJM's capital budget, the Reserve Requirement Study and an appellate court ruling on transmission cost allocation.
MISO Recommends Lower Distribution Factor to Address Congestion
To decrease congestion, MISO is suggesting a tighter limit on how much new generation can affect the surrounding grid without triggering more network upgrades.
FERC Rejects Rehearing in PJM Cost Allocation Saga
FERC denied a rehearing of its acceptance of a settlement between PJM and transmission owners over cost allocation of legacy transmission projects.
FERC Opens Local Tx Projects to Competition, Cost Sharing
PJM must open Form 715 transmission projects to competitive bidding, with regional cost sharing involving high-voltage lines, FERC ordered.
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PJM Ponders New Capacity Rules — Again — in 2019
In many ways, PJM's 2018 was much like years before, with capacity and energy market rules under constant redesign. Some stakeholders have grown weary of the churn.

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