PJM’s interconnection reforms: Implications for queued projects and developers

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PJM recently proposed its reforms to its interconnection queue reforms process. The queue reform process is timely given the size of the queue and significant delays in processing time—and expectations for things to worsen.

In this paper, we summarize the latest developments and provide analysis of the key provisions for transitioning existing queued projects, as well as which projects are exempted from this reform process. We also discuss PJM’s proposed transition plan for existing queued projects and associated interconnection cost and timing implications using a case study example.

Read this paper to learn about:

  • What to expect during PJM’s two-year transition plan
  • The three-phased approach for future interconnection processes
  • New time-bound milestones on cycle progression

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Meet the authors
  1. Shankar Chandramowli, Director, Energy and Power Markets

    Shankar possesses over 10 years of experience in energy market consulting, with expertise in energy policy research, due diligence assessments, economic analysis of energy systems, and public stakeholder engagement.  View bio

  2. Himali Parmar, Vice President, Energy Advisory Services, Interconnection and Transmission

    Himali joined ICF in 2002 and is an expert in renewable integration, interconnection assessments, production cost modeling, forecasting transmission congestion and losses, and their effect on locational power prices and asset valuation. View bio

  3. Amit Agrawal, Energy Markets Consultant
  4. Mansi Agrawal, Energy Market Analyst
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