PJM stakeholders asked the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to require the RTO to exercise more oversight over transmission owners’ end-of-life projects.
PJM told LS Power that FERC’s ruling affirming transmission owners’ rights over EOL planning rendered its request for analysis of project costs moot.
FERC rejected a PJM joint stakeholder proposal regarding EOL projects, siding with transmission owners who argued the proposal violated their rights.
Stakeholders asked FERC to reverse its order accepting the PJM Transmission Owners sector’s Tariff amendments governing end-of-life projects.
FERC accepted PJM Transmission Owners’ Tariff amendments governing end-of-life projects, a proposal that was hotly contested by stakeholders.
PJM filed the joint stakeholders’ end-of-life proposal with FERC, turning aside the protests of most of its transmission owners.
PJM transmission owners demanded that the RTO refuse to submit to FERC the end-of-life proposal approved by stakeholders.
Records and interviews with stakeholders indicate the June 18 vote that could open PJM's end-of-life transmission planning to competition resulted from intense lobbying.
A showdown is set at FERC after PJM members endorsed a joint stakeholder proposal regarding end-of-life projects at the Members Committee meeting.
A summary of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability and Members committee meetings on June 18, 2020.
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