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Markets & Operations

Demand Response

Demand Response is a voluntary PJM program that compensates end-use (retail) customers for reducing their electricity use (load), when requested by PJM, during periods of high power prices or when the reliability of the grid is threatened. These customers receive payments from PJM members called Curtailment Service Providers. Learn more about demand response at the Learning Center.

Demand Response BTMG Notification - 4.29.2016PDF

Load Management

Date
Load Management SubzonesXLS
2.16.2017
2015/2016 DY PJM Winter Peaks for WPL CalculationPDF
1.9.2017
Events Summary 1991-PresentXLS
10.18.2016
Weather Sensitive Adjustment (WSA) CBLPDF
7.20.2016
Companies by Zone & Region/Area (Load Management & Synch Reserve)XLS
7.20.2016
30-Minute Notification Time Exception Requests: FinalRedlinePDF
12.3.2014

Billing, Settlements & Credit

Date
Emergency Energy settlement process for April 2015 Load Management EventsPDF
5.4.2015
Guide to BillingPDF
Contains billing line items, charges/credits and references
Requirements for Agency AgreementsPDF
Guidelines for using an agent to conduct business with PJM
Credit Overview & SupplementPDF
Attachment Q of the PJM Open Access Transmission Tariff
THEO, PLC & NSPL Methodology Inventory
An inventory of the procedures for calculation of THEO, PLC, and NSPL for each of the electric distribution companies.

Reports

Monthly Activity Reports

Date
2017PDF 3.7.2017
2016PDF
3.7.2017
2015PDF
5.9.2016
2014PDF
5.8.2015
2013PDF
4.18.2014
2012 | 2011201020092008PDF  

Hot & Cold Day Reports

 
July 25, 2016PDF
7.28.2016
April 21-22, 2015PDF
7.9.2015
February 19-20, 2015PDF
5.4.2015
March 4, 2014PDF
8.18.2014
January 22-24, 2014PDF
4.10.2014

Load Management Performance Reports

 
2016/2017PDF 2.8.2017
2015/2016PDF
8.15.2016
2014/2015PDF
12.21.2015
2013/14 | 2012/13 | 2011/122010/112009/10PDF  

Net Benefit Test Results

 
Net Benefits Results August 2010 - April 2017XLS
3.7.2017
Archived Detailed Test Results  
201720162015 | 20142013ZIP  

Other Reports

 
2016 Distributed Energy Resources (DER) that Participate in PJM Markets as Demand ResponsePDF
3.1.2017
Order 745 Impact on Economic Demand ResponsePDF
7.1.2015
Empirical Analysis of Baseline Methods:
ResultsFull ReportRankings TablesPDF
7.28.2011
Load Payments & Expenditures AnalysisPDF
6.2.2010
Economic Demand Response Historic Energy Offers  

Contact PJM

Other Contacts

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(866) 400-8980
(610) 666-8980

 

Curtailment Service Providers List

Demand Response Contact ListXLS

New to Demand Response?

Date

Curtailment Service Providers

 
Become a CSP | Update Your CSP Information

End-Use Customers

 
Opportunities for Demand Response in Wholesale MarketsPDF
12.5.2014

Training

How Demand Response works in PJM
Upcoming Training
Demand Response
Market Settlements
Reliability Pricing Model

Demand Response Subcommittee (DRS)

Upcoming Meetings | Past Meeting Materials
Issue Tracking

Tools

Overview
DR Hub (eLRS Replacement)
Learn More
eRPM
Learn More | Sign In
Markets Gateway (refreshed eMKT)
Learn More | Sign In
MSRS
Learn More | Sign In
Report Documentation

Manuals

 
M-01: Energy & Control Center and Data Exchange Requirements
CurrentRedlinePDF Sections 4 and 5
M-11: Energy & Ancillary Services Market Operations 
CurrentRedlinePDF Sections 2, 3, 4 and 10
M-13: Emergency Operations 
CurrentRedlinePDF Sections 2 and 5
M-18: PJM Capacity Market 
CurrentRedlinePDF All sections
M-19: Load Forecasting and Analysis 
CurrentRedlinePDF Sections 3 and 4; A. A and B
M-28: Operating Agreement Accounting 
Current | RedlinePDF Sections 5, 6, 11 and 19

Agreements

 
Operating AgreementPDF
Sections 2, 3, 4 and 10
Open Access Transmission TariffPDF
Sections 1.5A, 3.3A and 8
Reliablity Assurance AgreementPDF
Schedule 6