Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC)
Several generation companies and PJM have indicated that they will finalize a settlement over the performance penalties the RTO assessed following Winter Storm Elliott.
Virginia utilities are not conducting outreach to offer low-income customers help obtaining solar energy the state's Clean Energy Advisory Board was told.
PJM stakeholders questioned whether proposals addressing compensation for reactive power supply and voltage control service should be delayed.
PJM intends to unilaterally file a proposal with FERC regarding the contentious black start issue, without the endorsement of the Members Committee.
Records and interviews with stakeholders indicate the June 18 vote that could open PJM's end-of-life transmission planning to competition resulted from intense lobbying.
A proposal to open end-of-life transmission projects in PJM to regional planning and competitive bidding was narrowly defeated at the MRC meeting.
FERC rejected requests to change PJM’s capacity market rules to accommodate seasonal resources.
PJM’s transmission owners gave their response to the push to open end-of-life projects to competition and regional planning at a special meeting.
PJM stakeholders debated for nearly two hours over three proposals to address transmission owners’ spending on end-of-life projects.
FERC approved PJM’s updated annual cost responsibility assignments for projects in the Regional Transmission Expansion Plan over the objections of ODEC.
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