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Annual Approved RTEP Projects
As of 4.30.2020
Supplemental projects are not PJM Board approved.
Competitive Planning Process
  • The PJM competitive planning process affords non-incumbent transmission developers an opportunity to participate in the regional planning and expansion of the PJM bulk electric system.

    2020 Window 1
  •  open 7.1.2020
     closed 8.31.2020
Queued Generation Fuel Mix
As of 4.30.2020
67,525 MW
Generation Interconnection Requests by Fuel Type
As of 4.30.2020
Active Studies
As of 4.30.2020
Queues Timeline
Criteria & Guidelines

Planning News from Inside Lines
  • PJM Introduces Easier Way to Submit Competitive Transmission Proposals PJM has introduced a new feature to its Planning Center tool that makes it easier for transmission owners and transmission developers to submit proposals through PJM’s competitive transmission development process windows. Using the new Competitive Planner feature, current transmission owners – as well as new transmission developers – can now securely submit their proposals following […]
  • PJM Updates Pandemic Impacts to Current Load, Long-Term Forecast More than two months into the coronavirus-related restrictions shaping energy-use patterns, PJM updated stakeholders on the most recent observations of changing load and discussed the use of a revised long-term forecast for the upcoming capacity market Incremental Auction. Since the debut of state-ordered shutdowns from late March through May 26, PJM’s weekday peak load declined […]
  • Steve Herling Honored at Members Committee for 30 Years of Service Steve Herling, described as an “institution” of PJM Planning wisdom, will retire June 30 after three decades at PJM Interconnection. At the May 4 teleconference Members Committee meeting, his successor as Vice President of Planning, Ken Seiler, honored Herling’s years of service and unique contribution to the organization. “He really is an institution at PJM,” […]