PJM's Three-Way Proposal

Deck: 

A re-defined capacity product, revised parameters for generator performance, and a new role for demand response.

Fortnightly Magazine - February 2015
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PJM's proposal to reform its regional capacity market - the RPM, or Reliability Pricing Model - is fashioned somewhat on the "Pay for Performance" plan that ISO New England proposed a year ago for its capacity market tariff, the FCM, or Forward Capacity Market (FERC Docket ER14-1050, filed Jan. 17, 2014) and which was approved last year on May 30 by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, but only after significant modification (147 FERC ¶61,172).

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The PJM plan consists of at least three key parts, though PJM suggests that approval of one is not dependent on another.

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