COVID-19 was the defining problem of 2020 as PJM worked to overcome difficulties in coordinating deliberations on a host of issues, including the MOPR.
More than two dozen companies and coalitions filed responses to PJM’s compliance filing to FERC's order expanding its MOPR.
PJM CEO Manu Asthana spoke about his personal background, career and leadership philosophy during a Raab Associates webinar.
FERC clarified voluntary renewable energy credits and participation in RGGI will not subject capacity resources to PJM’s expanded minimum offer price rule.
PJM filed Tariff changes to comply with FERC’s controversial order requiring expansion of the MOPR to new state-subsidized resources.
PJM plans to hold the next Base Residual Auction about six months after they receive FERC approval of its compliance filing implementing the expanded MOPR.
Dominion asked FERC to reconsider its conclusion self-supply resources suppress PJM capacity prices, saying it is inconsistent with an exemption in NYISO.
Consumer advocates asked the D.C. Circuit Court to review FERC’s order expanding PJM’s MOPR despite FERC not acting on numerous requests for rehearing.
PJM stakeholders got their first look at the price floors that could be applied for capacity resources under the expanded minimum offer price rule.
FERC’s Dec. 19 order expanding PJM’s minimum offer price rule prompted outrage among some officials in the RTO’s 13-state footprint.
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