Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
PJM stakeholders approved a load model for the 2023 reserve requirement study during the Planning Committee's Aug. 8 meeting.
PJM plans to allocate more than 2,000 MW of transmission headroom to generators that requested additional capacity rights under a transitional process.
State advocates would like to see more details when supplemental transmission projects are proposed to the Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee.
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.
New York stakeholders are challenging a PJM rule change they say could hit them with some of the cost of New Jersey's transmission upgrades for offshore wind.
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