network integration transmission service (NITS)
The OC rejected modifications to its issue charge exploring costs for generators deemed critical to maintaining interconnection reliability operating limits.
PJM's MRC rejected two proposals intended to allow market sellers to represent a greater degree of the risk they take on when entering the capacity market.
PJM's Operating Committee advanced plans to ease the scheduling of network service and manual language for hybrid resources.
PJM's Operating Committee discussed rule changes regarding transmission scheduling, "max emergency" generation and retirement notices.
A request to waive an SPP Tariff requirement prompted a philosophical dispute between FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee and Commissioner James Danly.
FERC denied a complaint by Amtrak challenging the transmission rates charged to the railroad company by PPL and seeking more than $12.5 million in refunds.
Stakeholders unanimously endorsed the charter for the new PJM Emerging Technologies Forum at the Markets and Reliability Committee meeting.
The PJM MRC endorsed a proposal to allow market participants to use surety bonds as collateral for all market purposes except financial transmission rights.
The MIC will choose between a PJM proposal and one from the Monitor to resolve pricing and dispatch misalignment issues in the fast-start pricing plan.
The Market Implementation Committee held discussions on credit requirements and stability-limited generators, and received updates on the ARR/FTR Market Task Force and the nGEM project.
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