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April 21, 2024

Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee

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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: April 2, 2024
The PJM Planning Committee is considering a change to an issue charge framing a discussion on how capacity interconnection rights can be transferred from a retiring generator to a planned resource in the interconnection queue.
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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: Feb. 6, 2024
PJM's Planning Committee endorsed revised values for the installed reserve margin and forecast pool requirement used to calculate capacity procurement targets in the 2025/26 Base Residual Auction.
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PJM Recommends $5B in RTEP Transmission Projects
PJM has presented a package of transmission projects to address growing data center load and several generation retirements. The proposal, which requires Board of Managers approval, would fulfill the 2023 RTEP Window 3.
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PJM Shortlists 3 Scenarios for 2022 RTEP Window 3
PJM presented three shortlisted scenarios being considered in its 2022 RTEP Window 3 to address growing data center load in Virginia and deactivation of the Brandon Shores generator outside Baltimore.
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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: Oct. 3, 2023
The Planning Committee endorsed the recommended values in the 2023 Reserve Requirement Study, which would increase the amount of reserves that PJM aims to procure for the 2027/28 delivery year.
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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: Sept. 5, 2023
PJM brought a quick fix solution before the Planning Committee, seeking to address the frequency and magnitude of load forecast adjustments being requested by electric distribution companies.
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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: Aug. 8, 2023
PJM stakeholders approved a load model for the 2023 reserve requirement study during the Planning Committee's Aug. 8 meeting.
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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: May. 9, 2023
PJM plans to allocate more than 2,000 MW of transmission headroom to generators that requested additional capacity rights under a transitional process.
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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: April 11, 2023
State advocates would like to see more details when supplemental transmission projects are proposed to the Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee.
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AES Ohio Proposes $145M Project for EV Manufacturing Loads
AES will spend $145 million to build substations and new transmission lines to meet over 1,000 MW in expected load growth from EV manufacturers.

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