RTEP Proposal Windows
2016/17 RTEP Proposal Window 1A
2016/17 RTEP Long-Term Proposal Window
Electronic Submission of Proposals
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PJM's Order 1000 compliance filing expands PJM’s regional planning process to provide greater opportunity for non-incumbent transmission developers to submit solution proposals. PJM’s filing establishes proposal windows allowing for competitive solicitation while balancing the need for projects to be selected, sited and constructed in time to solve identified reliability violations.
The length of each proposal window will depend on the transmission upgrade’s classification, which itself is determined by its required in-service date. There are three classes of transmission upgrade projects.
Long-Lead Projects: PJM will open a 120-day proposal window for projects with required in-service dates greater than five years out that address identified reliability criteria violations, economic constraints, system conditions and public policy requirements. Please note that the 120-day proposal window is a default. PJM, as the Office of Interconnection, may shorten or extend the window as needed. During each window, developers may submit solution proposals to solve posted violations, constraints, system conditions and public policy requirements. PJM may then also request any additional reports or information needed to evaluate the specific project proposal. Any deficiencies must be addressed within 10 business days of notification from PJM. PJM may also (i) shorten proposal windows should it be required to meet the needed in-service date of the proposed enhancements or expansions; or (ii) extend the windows as needed to accommodate updated information regarding system conditions.
Short-Term Projects: PJM will open a 30-day proposal window for projects to address reliability driven upgrades with required in-service dates between three and five years out. Please note that the 30-day proposal window is a default. PJM, as the Office of Interconnection, may shorten or extend the window as needed.
Immediate-Need Reliability Projects: If PJM determines that insufficient time remains for a short-term project proposal to be implemented, PJM may post reliability violations that could be addressed by a project required to be in service within three years. Proposals would be submitted within a shortened window specified by PJM.
Proposal Submission Resources:
- Proposal packages can be submitted at the secure content areas with successful registration in a proposal window.
2016 RTEP Proposal Window 3 Addendum
2016 RTEP Proposal Window 3
2016 RTEP Proposal Window 2
2016 RTEP Proposal Window 1
2015 RTEP Proposal Window 2
2015 RTEP Proposal Window 1
2014 RTEP Proposal Window 2 Addendum 2
2014/15 RTEP Long-Term Proposal Window
Artificial Island Proposal Window
2014 RTEP Proposal Window 2 Addendum
2014 RTEP Proposal Window 2
2014 RTEP Proposal Window 1
2013 Market Efficiency Proposal Window