FERC Form 715
PJM stakeholders will vote next month on the next steps of the RTO’s mitigation proposal to avoid designating projects as critical infrastructure.
PJM Transmission Owners voted to seek Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval for Tariff amendments governing end-of-life (EOL) projects.
The PJM MIC endorsed an initiative to update the RTO’s business rules to accommodate co-located generation and energy storage hybrid resources.
PJM must rebill parties with interest to reverse incorrect cost assignments for transmission projects to meet individual utilities’ planning criteria.
FERC approved PJM’s updated annual cost responsibility assignments for projects in the Regional Transmission Expansion Plan over the objections of ODEC.
PJM’s Planning Committee endorsed revisions to Manual 14F to remove the competitive exemption for Form 715 local planning criteria transmission projects.
PJM must open Form 715 transmission projects to competitive bidding, with regional cost sharing involving high-voltage lines, FERC ordered.
PJM and FERC must reconsider how they allocate the costs of high-voltage transmission projects developed to satisfy individual utilities’ planning criteria.
Representatives of transmission owners and their customers once again staked their claims at a meeting of the PJM Transmission Replacement Processes Senior Task Force.
FERC ruled that transmission projects driven by PJM transmission owners' individual planning criteria are exempt from competitive bidding.
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