A total of 34GW of renewable power could reach commercial operation in the Mid-Atlantic States of the US over the next four years if renewable projects could be brought online at a pace that PJM Interconnection approved projects between 2011 to 2016, according to a recent American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) study.
A subsidiary of US utility American Electric Power (AEP) has issued a request for proposals for off-take from new and existing solar and wind facilities in the PJM Interconnection area and new solar facilities located in the ERCOT area.
A subsidiary of US utility American Electric Power has launched a request for proposals process as it looks to sign power purchase agreements (PPAs) for new and existing solar and wind facilities located in the PJM service region.
US power grid operator PJM Interconnection is progressing with efforts to transition to a new interconnection process as it looks to clear a backlog of projects including more than 136GW of solar capacity.
A subsidiary of US utility American Electric Power has issued a request for proposals for off-take from between 300MW and 500MW of solar, wind and standalone battery energy storage systems (BESS) in the PJM Interconnection area.
Renewables associations have welcomed rule changes in the US’ largest electricity market that are expected to result in more solar clearing capacity market auctions while making it easier for states to achieve their clean energy targets.