The PJM MIC OKd changes on fast-start pricing, 5-minute dispatch, solar-battery hybrids and an issue charge over energy efficiency in the capacity market.
PJM stakeholders endorsed tariff revisions to exclude the right of first refusal process from the evaluation of non-firm transmission service requests.
Stakeholders unanimously voted to amend PJM's issue charge addressing the calculation of regulation mileage ratio, asking the RTO for more time to discuss.
Manual revisions and critical infrastructure protection are just some of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at PJM's MRC and MC meetings.
PJM stakeholders endorsed an issue charge regarding the allocation of capacity transfer rights after delaying the vote last month.
PJM put a vote regarding CTR allocation on hold and discussed capital recovery factors as well as its long-term five-minute dispatch and pricing issue.
PJM stakeholders endorsed the RTO’s package on updates to real-time value market rules that call for additional penalties for generation operators.
FERC accepted PJM’s proposed Tariff revisions on fast-start pricing to resolve inaccuracy and dispatch misalignment issues.
The MRC and MC gave a final endorsement of PJM’s short-term proposal to resolve five-minute dispatch and pricing issues.
A summary of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability and Members committee meetings on July 23, 2020.
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