Performance Assessment Intervals (PAIs)
A summary of the agenda items scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability Committee and Members Committee meetings.
PJM's Independent Market Monitor filed a FERC complaint alleging the RTO's Capacity Performance penalty structure undermines reliability and offered an alternative calculation based on capacity revenues.
Generators that plan to come online by the start of the 2025/26 delivery year will have until Dec. 12 to notify PJM of their intent to participate in the Base Residual Auction for that year.
Several generation companies have submitted comments supporting and opposing a proposed settlement to reduce the $1.8 billion PJM assessed against market sellers for underperforming during Winter Storm Elliott by 23%.
PJM agreed to reduce its nonperformance penalties 31.7% for generators that could not meet their capacity obligations during the December 2022 winter storm.
PJM presented new risk modeling figures and updates to its critical issue fast path proposal and stakeholders discussed their own proposals during the Aug. 1 CIFP process meeting.
FERC approved PJM's proposal to tighten the triggers initiating a performance assessment interval.
PJM released a report on the December 2022 winter storm detailing its emergency actions and recommended changes to its markets and operations to limit the impact of future severe weather.
PJM stakeholders endorsed a proposal to create a cost recovery mechanism for generators which are required to make facility upgrades.
PJM's Board of Managers rejected a proposal to lower nonperformance penalties, while AMP was displeased the board responded to reliability claims.
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