Competitive transmission developers made an argument at OPSI’s annual meeting: Supplemental projects undermine regional planning efforts.
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.
PJM staff abruptly ended a meeting of the Transmission Replacement Processes Senior Task Force, saying the group was suspended until FERC action.
The fight between PJM transmission owners and customers over supplemental projects isn't over yet, despite a FERC order approving the RTO's plan.
American Municipal Power contended that PJM’s limited review of transmission owner projects is not rigorous enough to ensure the RTO is avoiding unnecessary costs.
PJM and its transmission owners released a joint proposal to address FERC’s decision last month that the TOs are not in compliance with FERC Order 890.
PJM transmission owners’ processes for developing supplemental projects violate FERC Order 890 transparency and coordination requirements, FERC ruled.
How much more information PJM transmission owners will be required to share with transmission customers could be decided at today’s FERC meeting.
Representatives of transmission owners and their customers once again staked their claims at a meeting of the PJM Transmission Replacement Processes Senior Task Force.
FERC ruled that transmission projects driven by PJM transmission owners' individual planning criteria are exempt from competitive bidding.
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