FERC dismissed a second round of complaints over overlapping pseudo-tie congestion charges between MISO and PJM.
Refunds appear imminent in a dispute over MISO and PJM’s past practice of double-charging pseudo-tied generation for congestion fees.
FERC approved Tariff revisions intended to relieve costs for MISO resources pseudo-tying into PJM despite criticism that they didn't go far enough.
MISO and PJM expect to begin implementing a two-part remedy to their double-charging of congestion fees on pseudo-tied generation early next year.
PJM’s proposal to create standardized contracts for establishing dynamic transfers with other balancing authority areas has provoked opposition.
MISO and PJM staff proposed a solution to the double counting of congestion for pseudo-tied resources, a fix that could apply to those between MISO and SPP.
MISO and PJM have agreed not to publicly talk about the issue of pseudo-tie congestion double-counting until a FERC complaint on the issue is resolved.
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