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July 15, 2024

energy efficiency (EE)

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PJM Consumer Advocates File Complaint on EE Market Design
Three state consumer advocates filed a complaint against PJM with FERC, alleging the RTO’s treatment of energy efficiency resources is unduly discriminatory and is not properly documented in its governing documents. 
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PJM MIC Briefs: June 5, 2024
PJM’s Market Implementation Committee endorsed by acclamation a proposal to add two energy market parameters for economic demand response.
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Monitor Alleges EE Resources Ineligible to Participate in PJM Capacity Market
PJM's Independent Market Monitor filed a complaint asking FERC to reject all energy efficiency offers into the RTO's capacity market, alleging none of them meet the Base Residual Auction participation requirements.
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NJ Enacts New Construction Electrification Incentives
New Jersey has enacted a package of new construction incentives worth up to $5.25 per square foot for new residential and nonresidential construction.
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PJM MIC Briefs: May 1, 2024
The PJM Market Implementation Committee endorsed by acclamation a rewrite of Manual 18 to implement market redesigns drafted through the critical issue fast path process.
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PJM MRC/MC Briefs: March 20, 2024
The PJM MRC rejected four proposals to rework how the RTO measures and verifies the capacity EE providers can offer into the market.
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PJM MIC Briefs: March 6, 2024
PJM's Market Implementation Committee endorsed a PJM proposal to revise how it measures and verifies the capacity that energy efficiency resources may enter into Base Residual Auctions.
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PJM Seeking Expedited Approval of Energy Efficiency Changes
PJM proposed changes to how it measures and verifies the capacity contribution of energy efficiency resources, drawing concerns the RTO is moving too fast to implement changes ahead of the next capacity auction.
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Md. Opens $22.5M Funding Opp for Low-income Solar, Energy Efficiency
The Maryland Energy Administration has $22.5 million it’s planning to use to make low-income homes more energy efficient and put solar panels on their roofs.
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PJM MIC Briefs: Dec. 6, 2023
PJM’s MIC heard updates on capacity market proposals pending before FERC and began a review of how energy efficiency resources participate in the market.

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