Category: FERC Filing

FERC Asks For PJM Filing On Hourly Offer Tariff Changes

On June 9, 2015, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission established a new proceeding under section 206 of the Federal Power Act, finding that aspects of PJM’s current tariffs may be unjust, unreasonable, unduly discriminatory or preferential. The FERC found that…

Rules for CP must-offer requirement

On June 9, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved PJM’s Capacity Performance proposal, subject to certain modifications. It will be implemented in the 2018/2019 Base Residual Auction, which will begin Aug. 10, 2015. All existing generation capacity resources that are…

FERC OKs CP, Will Aid Reliability 

Late Tuesday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved PJM’s proposal to include Capacity Performance as part of Reliability Pricing Model Base. Capacity Performance will result in significant reliability benefits for the PJM region by enhancing the incentives for capacity resources…

FERC OKs PJM Capacity Performance Request

Late Tuesday night, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved PJM’s proposal to include Capacity Performance as part of Reliability Pricing Model Base. PJM is reviewing the FERC’s order (DOC) to fully understand its impacts.  “In approving PJM’s Capacity Performance proposal, the Federal…

FERC Rules on NAESB Proposals on Gas-Electric Coordination

At its April 16 meeting, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission adopted two proposals submitted by the North American Energy Standards Board to revise the interstate natural gas nomination timeline and make conforming changes to their standards. However, the Commission declined to…

PJM answers FERC questions on Capacity Performance

On April 10 PJM filed its response to questions from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regarding the Capacity Performance proposal. In December 2014, PJM filed its Capacity Performance proposal with the FERC, requesting an effective date of April 1, 2015….

PJM Proposes to Eliminate Charge for FERC 1000 Projects Under $20 Million

PJM will refile revised language regarding Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Order 1000 greenfield projects estimated to cost less than $20 million. The proposal was endorsed at the Members Committee meeting on March 26. The revised language proposes a $30,000 non-refundable…

New Standards Sought for Inverters

PJM is asking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to approve a new set of standards for a technology that enables asynchronous generation projects, such as wind and solar, to better connect to the grid. PJM filed its proposal with the…

PJM Responds to Comments on Demand Response Stop Gap Proposal

PJM is responding to comments and protests on its Demand Response Stop Gap proposal filed with the Federal Energy Commission. PJM posted its responses to FERC on its web site late yesterday. PJM asked FERC to rule on its original…

Update on Demand Response Stop-Gap

Stu Bresler, vice president of Market Operations for PJM, reported the timeline of actions expected on PJM’s Demand Response Stop Gap proposal. Bresler presented the update at the Feb. 26 Markets and Reliability Committee meeting. The proposal offers a way…