Challenges Ahead for the U.S. Generator Interconnection Process

By Daniel Craig (April 4, 2022, 4:57 p.m. EDT) — PJM Interconnection Inc. is preparing to transition to a new, more streamlined and fairer generator interconnection process by October 2023.

PJM is the largest of the federally regulated regional transmission organizations and independent utility operators that operate regional electric transmission systems in the United States. It regulates wholesale electricity markets in 13 states.[1] and Washington, D.C.

At the end of 2021, there were 288,609 megawatts of potential power generation projects in PJM’s interconnection queue, the vast majority of which were solar projects and 95% of which were renewable or hybrid resources renewables/batteries.[2] About a third of these projects were…

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