Planning

Approved RTEP Projects
As of 10.4.2018
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.

    2019 Window 1
  •  open 7.3.2019
     closed 9.6.2019
Queued Generation Fuel Mix
As of 1.29.2019
73,570 MW
Total:
Generation Interconnection Requests by Fuel Type
As of 1.29.2019
Active Studies
As of 1.29.2019
Queues Timeline
cost
Criteria & Guidelines
 
Planning News from Inside Lines
  • Tracking Progress of Proposed Power Plants or Facilities in PJM As our power grid continues to evolve to reliably serve customers from Washington, D.C., to Chicago, PJM Interconnection helps manage the process of reliable and economical transmission expansion and the integration of new generation resources. When new generators seek to...
  • What Happens When an Owner Wants to Close Its Power Plant? Power plants retire for many reasons. In some instances, they yield market share to more efficient players, like when natural gas plants can provide power at a lower cost than a coal-powered plant. In other cases, power plants cannot upgrade...
  • Bresler Talks Evolution of Electrical Industry on iHeartRadio Podcast Join PJM Interconnection’s Stu Bresler on iHeartRadio as he delves into the challenges of operating and planning for the future of the electrical grid for 13 states and the District of Columbia. As part of the Philadelphia Community Podcast with...