PJM's proposed “quick-fix” manual revision sparked a discussion on lingering pseudo-tie issues.
FERC rejected rehearing requests over the commission’s November 2017 order approving PJM’s tougher requirements for pseudo-tied generators.
FERC ordered paper hearings in disputes over the criteria PJM used to reject several hydroelectric resources from pseudo-tying into the RTO’s grid.
A summary of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability Committee on Feb. 22, 2018.
FERC approved changes to MISO and PJM’s Joint Operating Agreement to improve their coordination of pseudo-tied generators.
NYISO year-to-date monthly energy prices averaged $34.72/MWh in November, a 5% increase from a year earlier.
PJM and MISO provided updates on proposed pro forma pseudo-tie agreements, the “freeze date” on transmission rights and targeted transmission upgrades.
MISO is asking FERC to schedule a technical conference to clarify the rules governing the implementation and use of pseudo-ties.
Both MISO and PJM will attempt second drafts of their respective pseudo-tie requirements after receiving deficiency letters from FERC.
Potomac Economics filed a complaint over the PJM pseudo-tie procedure, the latest volley in a complex debate over the future of the pseudo-tie concept.
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