Committees & Groups

User Groups


A user group is a stakeholder group formed by any five or more voting members who share a common interest in an item they feel has not been resolved to their satisfaction through the standard stakeholder process. A user group is not permitted to be formed until an issue has gone through the standard stakeholder process and failed. Membership is limited to the forming members, provided that they may invite other members to join the user group. A user group may meet among itself, can utilize PJM assistance and can forward proposals directly to the Members Committee and the Board of Managers as needed.

User groups are established in accordance with the Operating Agreement WEB | PDF.

Open user groups can be found in the navigation to the left.

Closed User Groups


Issue Tracking:   The Issue Tracking System coordinates user access to all documents on PJM's Web site related to issues being addressed by PJM's Committees. The documents can be reviewed by issue name or by the PJM committee responsible for the topic.
Stakeholder Meetings:   Stakeholder Meetings provide members with the opportunity for communication and interaction. There purpose of Stakeholder Meetings is to foster collaboration, not legislation.