December 3, 2023


FERC Affirms MISO-PJM Pseudo-tie Decisions
FERC dismissed a second round of complaints over overlapping pseudo-tie congestion charges between MISO and PJM.
Refund Hearing Ordered in Pseudo-Tie Complaint
Refunds appear imminent in a dispute over MISO and PJM’s past practice of double-charging pseudo-tied generation for congestion fees.
FERC Approves MISO Pseudo-tie Proposal
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, PJM Pursue Pseudo-Tie Double-Charge Relief
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.
Critics Protest PJM Dynamic Transfers Plan
PJM’s proposal to create standardized contracts for establishing dynamic transfers with other balancing authority areas has provoked opposition.
MISO, PJM Propose Solution to Pseudo-Tie Congestion Problem
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.
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PJM, MISO Go Quiet on Pseudo-Ties; Reach Interface Pricing Accord
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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