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May 23, 2024

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3rd Circuit Rejects PJM’s Post-auction Change as Retroactive Ratemaking
The 3rd Circuit vacated FERC’s order allowing PJM to revise a capacity market parameter for the DPL South zone after the 2024/25 auction had been conducted but prior to the publication of its results, ruling that it constituted retroactive ratemaking.
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PJM MRC/MC Briefs: Feb. 22, 2024
A group of demand response providers in PJM proposed adding two hours to the availability window that binds when the resource can be deployed by the RTO.
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FERC Approves PJM Capacity Auction Delay to 2024
FERC approved PJM’s request to delay its 2025/26 capacity auction from Wednesday until next year as the RTO seeks to revamp its market rules.
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FERC Backstop Siting Proposal Runs into Opposition from States
FERC’s proposal to implement its backstop transmission siting authority from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act ran into some opposition from states.
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FERC’s Evolving Enforcement Practices Examined at EBA Meeting
FERC’s enforcement powers have been impacted by recent court cases, and the commission itself has some new priorities, experts said at an EBA panel Friday.
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Vanguard Wins Investment Extension in Split Decision at FERC
Vanguard’s request for an extension of its authorization to procure utility securities went into effect as FERC’s commissioners apparently split 2-2.
NERC
NERC Publishes Cybersecurity Planning Framework
NERC laid out a framework for transmission planners and planning coordinators to include cybersecurity in planning studies to address rapidly evolving threats.
Mortensen Wind Energy Group
FERC Denies Rehearing of Tenaska Curtailment Complaint
FERC denied Tenaska’s rehearing request over alleged curtailment of its Clear Creek Wind Farm, maintaining the company did not provide sufficient evidence.
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FERC Approves Revisions to PJM’s ELCC Accreditation Model
FERC conditionally approved a PJM proposal to revise its approach to accrediting intermittent and hybrid resources under its ELCC model.
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FERC Refuses Rehearing of PG&E-San Francisco Dispute
FERC refused to rehear a case in which PG&E and San Francisco have argued for 18 years over distribution service to San Francisco’s public utility customers.

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