The documents collection houses a library of available PJM Interconnection materials. Because of the requirements for formatting or viewing the material on the website, the documents may not be exact reproductions of the originals.


Agreements: PJM forms agreements with stakeholders to ensure the reliability of the electric power grid.
Manuals: The PJM manuals are the administrative, planning, operating and accounting procedures of PJM Interconnection.
Maps: PJM offers maps of its service territory.
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PJM 6.23.2015 Docket No. ER15-1966-000 PDF
On June 23, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-1966-000, PJM submitted revisions to Attachment K-Appendix of the PJM Tariff and the identical provisions of Schedule 1 of the Operating Agreement to revise the methodologies used to credit Market Sellers of certain types of generating units for lost opportunity costs (LOC) in PJM’s Day-ahead Energy Market and Real-time Energy Market under specified circumstances. PJM is requesting an effective date of September 1, 2015.
PJM 6.22.2015 Docket No. ER15-1882-000 PDF
On June 22, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-1882-000, PJM filed with the Commission a Motion to Intervene and Comments in response to PSEG Energy Resources & Trade LLC’s (“PSEG”) June 5, 2015 filing of a revised Rate Schedule FERC No. 3 which sets forth the cost based revenue requirements for the provision of Reactive Supply and Voltage Control from Generation Sources Service owned by PSEG Fossil LLC and PSEG Nuclear LLC. PSEG’s filing included all of the generating facilities currently owned by subsidiaries of PSEG Power and the revised rate schedule sets forth 17 separate tariff rate sections for each generating facility. In its filing, PJM commented that it will calculate monthly revenue requirement by dividing the annual revenue requirement approved by the Commission by twelve and rounding to the second decimal.
PJM 6.22.2015 Docket No. ER15-1881-000 PDF
On June 22, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-1881-000, PJM filed with the Commission a Motion to Intervene and Comments in response to Talen Energy Marketing, LLC’s June 5, 2015 filing of a Notice of Succession to revise PPL EnergyPlus, LLC’s rate schedule for providing reactive supply and voltage control from generation sources services in the PJM region to reflect the name change of PPL Energy Plus, LLC to Talen Energy Marketing, LLC. PJM requested that the Commission require that the revised rate schedule in this proceeding be effective on the first day of a month.
PJM 6.22.2015 Docket No. ER10-1791-003 PDF
On June 22, 2015, in Docket No. ER10-1791-003, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C. (“PJM”) submitted reply comments to initial comments filed by Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. (MISO) and the MISO Transmission Owners in response to the Commission's Paper Hearing Order to address the issue remanded by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit regarding MISO's Multi-Value Project proposal
Transmission 6.17.2015 Docket No. ER15-1932-000 PDF
On June 17, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-1932, Duke Energy Ohio, Inc. (“DEO”) and Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc. (“DEK”) (collectively, “DEOK”) submitted amendments to Attachment H-22A of the PJM Interconnection, L.L.C. Open Access Transmission Tariff (“PJM OATT”). The amendments revise the calculation of DEOK’s charges for Transmission Owner Scheduling, System Control and Dispatch service and make minor changes to correct certain clerical errors in the Formula Rate. DEOK requests an effective date of June 1, 2015.
PJM 6.15.2015 Docket No. AD14-3-000 PDF
On June 15, 2015, in Docket No. AD14-3-000, PJM filed reply comments in response to the MISO IMM’s filing submitted in this proceeding on May 12, 2015 regarding joint and common market issues and initiatives. In its filing, PJM addresses several of the MISO IMM’s statements and examples regarding PJM’s proposed interface pricing definition. Moreover, PJM reiterates its support for a technical conference to discuss, among others, the interface pricing initiative.
Transmission 6.15.2015 Docket No. ER09-1257-000 PDF
On June 15, 2015, Public Service Electric and Gas Company (“PSE&G”) electronically submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”), for informational purposes, its annual true-up adjustment (“True-Up Adjustment”) for its transmission formula rate in accordance with its Formula Rate Implementation Protocols (“Protocols”) set forth in Attachment H-10B of the Open Access Transmission Tariff (“OATT”) of PJM Interconnection, L.L.C. (“PJM”). Section 1.b of the Protocols requires PSE&G to annually calculate the true-up of its formula rate on or before June 15th and cause it to be posted on the PJM website ( As such, a copy of the submittal is attached to this e-mail.
PJM 6.8.2015 Docket No. RA15-1-000 PDF
On June 8, 2015, in Docket No. RA15-1-000, PJM submitted a Motion to Intervene and Comments on a Petition for review filed on behalf of Vaughn Thermal Corporation seeking review of the decision and order issued by the Department of Energy’s Office of Hearing and Appeals in case No. EXC-14-003 denying Vaughn’s request for an exception from DOE’s final rule amending efficiency standards for residential water heaters. PJM supports Vaughn’s Petition and believes the OHA Decision, at a minimum, is procedurally deficient and substantively incorrect and should be reversed and remanded.
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FERC 6.25.2015 Docket No. ER15-1703-000 PDF
On June 25, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-1703-000, the Commission issued a letter order accepting PJM’s revisions to Attachment K-Appendix of the PJM Tariff and the parallel provisions of Schedule 1 of the Operating Agreement, regarding the posting of results for monthly, annual, and long-term Financial Transmission Right auctions. The revisions provide PJM flexibility when circumstances beyond its control prohibit PJM from posting results before the tariff deadline and ions clarify that FTRs can be bilaterally traded for a period of time other than “monthly” periods. The revisions are effective July 13, 2015.
FERC 6.24.2015 Docket No. ER15-1252-000 PDF
On June 24, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-1252-000, the Commission issued an Order accepting American Electric Power Service Corporation’s (“AEPSC”) filing, on behalf of its affiliates, AEP Appalachian Transmission Company Inc., AEP Indiana Michigan Transmission Company, Inc., AEP Kentucky Transmission Company, Inc., AEP Ohio Transmission Company, Inc., and AEP West Virginia Transmission Company, Inc., submitting revisions to Attachment H-20B of the PJM Tariff to update the Post-employment Benefits Other than allowance rate as contemplated in the formula rate settlement approved by the Commission. The effective date for these revisions is July 1, 2015, as requested.
FERC 6.23.2015 Docket No. ER15-1770-000 PDF
On June 23, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-1770-000, the Commission issued an Order accepting PJM’s revision to Schedule 12 of the PJM Operating Agreement reflecting the permanent termination of Intergrid Mideast Group, LLC as a PJM Member. The effective date for this revision is June 23, 2015.
FERC 6.23.2015 Docket Nos. ER15-1464-000 and ER15-1465-000 PDF
On June 23, 2015, in Docket Nos. ER15-1464-000 and ER15-1465-000, the Commission issued an Order accepting the joint filing of PJM and the City of Rochelle (“Rochelle”) submitting revisions to the PJM Tariff and the Consolidated Transmission Owners Agreement in connection with Rochelle’s formal integration as a PJM Transmission Owner. The effective date for these revisions is August 1, 2015, as requested.
FERC 6.18.2015 Docket No. ER15-696-000 PDF
On June 18, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-696-000, the Commission issued an order conditionally accepting PJM’s compliance filing pursuant to Docket No. EL15-15-000 which included proposed revisions to the PJM Tariff to require that at least ninety days prior to the deactivation or transfer of a generator or other source receiving payment for providing reactive power capability under the PJM Tariff, each reactive power supplier either: (1) submit a filing to either terminate or adjust its cost-based rate schedule to account for the deactivated or transferred unit; or (2) submit an informational filing explaining the basis for the decision by the reactive power supplier not to terminate or revise its cost-based rate schedule. These revisions were conditionally accepted, effective June 18, 2015, subject to PJM submitting a further compliance filing, within 30 days, to revise the PJM Tariff to: (1) specify that certain information that must be included in any informational filing submitted by the reactive power supplier; and (2) include a transition mechanism for those unit deactivations or transfers that will occur less than 90 days from the date of this order.
FERC 6.18.2015 Docket No. ER14-972-000 PDF
On June 18, 2015, in Docket No. ER14-972-002, the Commission issued an Order accepting PJM’s May 9, 2014 compliance filing which was submitted pursuant to the Commission’s directive to explain and justify the nested zone and distribution factor threshold (de minimus) provisions of the Solution-Based DFAX methodology for the allocation of costs for a 345 kV double circuit in the regional transmission expansion plan. The amendments to Schedule 12-Appendix A of the PJM Tariff are effective April 10, 2014
FERC 6.15.2015 Docket No. ER15-994-001 PDF
On June 15, 2015, in Docket No. ER15-994-001, the Commission issued a letter order accepting PJM’s filing of its 2014 annual compliance report of operational penalty assessments and distributions pursuant to Order No. 890 and Order No. 890-A. This filing was submitted to report PJM's assessment and distribution of penalties for unreserved use for the period January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014. The Commission directed PJM to submit all future informational reports of penalty assessments and distributions under the root docket of ER15-994.
FERC 6.10.2015 Docket Nos. ER15-623-000 and ER15-623-001, EL15-29-000, and EL15-41-000 PDF
On June 9, 2015, in Docket Nos. ER15-623-000 and ER15-623-001, EL15-29-000, and EL15-41-000, FERC issued an Order accepted PJM’s Capacity Performance and Energy Market proposals, filed on December 12, 2014, as supplemented by PJM’s response to FERC’s request for additional information on April 10, 2015, to establish Capacity Performance Resources to ensure PJM’s capacity market provides adequate incentives for resource performance and rules to address performance issues. FERC also accepted the Essential Power/PJM joint motion to dismiss Essential Power’s January 30, 2015 complaint seeking additional time to submit must offer exceptions given the settlement resolving the complaint. The compliance filing is due within 30 days of the Order (by July 9, 2015).