Legal challenges to the PJM MOPR do not just concern the RTO and its capacity market; they could set a precedent for how courts review tie votes at FERC.
PJM delayed a vote at the Market Implementation Committee meeting on a proposal addressing pseudo-modeled combined cycle minimum run time guidance.
FERC declined rehearing requests of its inaction on PJM’s narrowed MOPR after a 2-2 tie vote, setting up further action in appellate court.
The PJM Power Providers Group petitioned the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals to review PJM’s narrowed MOPR after FERC deadlocked on the RTO’s proposal.
PJM's narrowed minimum offer price rule, which took effect Sept. 29 after a 2-2 FERC deadlock, is likely headed for an appellate court review.
Chair Richard Glick said “good riddance” to PJM’s old MOPR after FERC deadlocked on the proposed replacement, causing it to automatically go into effect.
FERC announced on Wednesday the Southeast Energy Exchange Market will move ahead after the evenly split commission failed to reach a decision in time.
PJM’s narrowed MOPR will be effective in the RTO's next capacity auction after FERC deadlocked 2-2 on the proposal.
PJM and its stakeholders continue to jostle over the impact of the proposed replacement for the expanded MOPR as responses continue to be filed at FERC.
More than two dozen comments poured in to FERC regarding PJM’s proposed replacement for the extended minimum offer price rule.
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