Reliability Pricing Model

This two-day course provides an in depth review of the Reliability Pricing Model (RPM). The purpose of the Reliability Pricing Model (RPM) is to provide a long term pricing signal for capacity resources and LSE obligations that is consistent with the PJM Regional Transmission Expansion Planning Process (RTEPP). 
Day one will provide an Introduction to RPM, Demand in RPM, Supply in RPM, and RPM Auctions.
Day two will cover LSE Obligations, Resource Performance Assessments and Settlements.
Target Audience: Generation Owners/Operators/Schedulers
Load Serving Entities/Electric Distribution Co.
Power Marketers/Traders
Delivery Method:In Person
Related Courses: Plan-201
NERC Approved: No
     Standards CEH: 0
     Simulation CEH: 0
     EOP CEH: 0
  • Demand in RPM
  • Supply in RPM
  • Auction Clearing Mechanism
  • Resource Performance Assessment
  • Deficiency/Penalty Charges
  • FRR Alternative and Settlements
CEH/CEU Eligibility:
Other Information:
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Cost: There is no charge to PJM Members or Governmental Entities.  Non-members are charged a nominal fee. 
Please contact Training Support for more details.
Date: 11.17.2009 - 11.18.2009
Schedule & Notes:  
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EPT each day
Location:  Hilton Baltimore
Baltimore,  Maryland  21201
(443) 573-8700

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