The Electricity Transmission Competition Coalition released a report arguing that decreasing competition in transmission development would cost consumers hundreds of billions of dollars.
PJM stakeholders OK'd a manual change necessitated by the growth of data centers and heard reviews of multiple supplemental transmission projects.
PJM's Planning Committee discussed the recommended load model to be used in the 2023 Reserve Requirement Study (RSS), while the TEAC gave an update on the ongoing third window of its 2022 RTEP and the opening of the 2023 RTEP later this month.
State regulators and others urged FERC to increase oversight of “local” transmission projects while TOs insisted existing cost controls are sufficient.
The PJM Planning Committee discussed the remaining open action items in tariff Attachment M-3.
PJM stakeholders asked the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to require the RTO to exercise more oversight over transmission owners’ end-of-life projects.
The PJM Planning Committee continued fine-tuning the five remaining packages for assigning capacity interconnection rights to ELCC resources.
Transmission owners found themselves on the defensive throughout FERC's technical conference on transmission planning and cost management.
PJM transmission owners led by Dominion presented the Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee with more than $400 million in supplemental projects.
Stakeholders endorsed PJM’s proposals for mitigating and avoiding designating projects as critical infrastructure under NERC reliability standards.
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