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This map displays the territory that PJM serves.
This map shows the locational marginal price or LMP for each transmission zone in the region PJM serves.
This map shows the flow of electricity into and out of PJM.
This map shows proposed renewable resources under study for possible interconnection to the grid. This map is currently not available in Internet Explorer or Firefox. Chrome is recommended.
This map displays up-to-date information on queues and generation deactivations across the PJM footprint. Advanced filtering capabilities allow users to view the data by fuel type, status, state, zone and more. The map also shows the location of substations, transmission lines and transmission zones in combination with various map layers. Users also have the ability to zoom the map to view more detail. Quick GuidePDF
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PJM is now offering high-resolution transmission maps that include PJM's transmission infrastructure from 69 kilovolt to 765 kilovolt facilities. These maps contain detailed inserts of Philadelphia/Jersey City Corridor, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Dayton/Columbus Metro, Cleveland, Norfolk, and Baltimore/DC Metro.
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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Form 715 data is no longer publicly available in accordance with the FERC Order issued on October 11, 2001, in Docket PL02-1-000, for national security reasons.
The public may file a Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII) request under 18 C.F.R. § 388.113 or a Freedom of Information (FOIA) request under 18 C.F.R. § 388.108.
For more information, visit FERC’s CEII and FOIA page.