solution-based distribution factor (DFAX)
The D.C. Circuit rejected PJM’s “de minimis” exemption under its DFAX cost allocation and ordered FERC to explain its OK of DFAX's use in two N.J. projects.
FERC ended its refereeing in a battle over cost allocation of the $266.5M Artificial Island stability project, PJM’s first Order 1000 transmission project.
In a trio of orders, FERC again rejected challenges to PJM’s transmission cost allocation methods in a long-running dispute in New Jersey.
PJM’s stability deviation method best suits cost allocation for Artificial Island, FERC said, denying rehearing requests favoring the status quo.
PJM and FERC must reconsider how they allocate the costs of high-voltage transmission projects developed to satisfy individual utilities’ planning criteria.
FERC reopened proceedings regarding PJM’s controversial Bergen-Linden Corridor and Artificial Island projects in New Jersey.
PJM staff outlined their proposal for registering aggregations of seasonal Demand Response (DR) resources that can’t comply with the year-round requirements of Capacity Performance.
FERC approved the cost allocation for projects involved with northern New Jersey’s Bergen-Linden Corridor.
FERC approved cost allocation responsibility assignments for 39 baseline upgrades recently added to the PJM Regional Transmission Expansion Plan.
FERC rejected a request by PJM to allow Linden VFT to convert the 330 MW of firm transmission on its lines between PJM and NYISO to non-firm.
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