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Planning

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

  • 2020 Window 2
  •  open 7.1.2020
     closed 7.31.2020

  • 2020 Window 3
  •  open 9.18.2020
     closed 10.19.2020
Queued Generation Fuel Mix
As of 4.30.2020
67,525 MW
Total:
Generation Interconnection Requests by Fuel Type
As of 4.30.2020
Active Studies
As of 4.30.2020
Queues Timeline
cost
Criteria & Guidelines
 





Planning News from Inside Lines
  • Latest Regional Transmission Expansion Plan Changes Approved The PJM Board of Managers on Sept. 23, approved the latest updates to the Regional Transmission Expansion Plan, or RTEP, which ensures the reliable flow of electricity for the region it serves. The changes include revisions to the scope of existing baseline projects, as well as the cancellation of an existing project. Costs for baseline […]
  • How Forecasting Electricity Demand Supports Reliability and Efficiency Predicting the demand for electricity both in the short and long term is an important task that PJM undertakes routinely. PJM has published a new fact sheet (PDF) that helps explain how load forecasting is an integral part of maintaining the reliability and efficiency of the power grid. Forecasting helps PJM make decisions about how […]
  • PJM Board Authorizes Latest Regional Transmission Expansion Plan Changes The PJM Board of Managers on July 29, 2020, approved changes to the Regional Transmission Expansion Plan, or RTEP, to ensure the reliability of the power grid for the 65 million people PJM serves in 13 states and Washington, D.C. The changes include new baseline reliability projects largely driven by planned generator deactivations and reinstatements, […]