Planning

Most Recently Approved RTEP Updates
As of 10:46 p.m. EPT

Competitive Planning Process
  • The PJM competitive planning process affords non-incumbent transmission developers an opportunity to participate in the regional planning and expansion of the PJM bulk electric system.
  • 2022 RTEP Window 2
     open11.1.2022 closed12.1.2022
    2022 RTEP Window 1
     open7.1.2022 closed8.30.2022
    2022 Multi Driver Window 1
     open6.7.2022 closed8.8.2022
    2021 Window 3
     open11.3.2021  closed12.8.2021
    2021 Window 2
     open11.3.2021  closed1.12.2022
Planning News from Inside Lines
  • Members Endorse PJM Proposal To Modify Capacity Accreditation Process for Renewable Resources
    The Members Committee on Wednesday endorsed a consensus package of reforms designed to more closely integrate Capacity Interconnection Rights into PJM’s capacity accreditation process for resources whose output is intermittent, such as wind and solar generation, and for limited-duration resources, such as storage. The move is part of PJM’s effort to proactively prepare for a […]
  • 2023 Long-Term Load Forecast Predicts Growth Fueled by Data Centers
    PJM’s long-term load forecast predicts estimated load growth of 0.8% per year for summer peaks, 1% for winter peaks and 1.4% for net energy over a 10-year planning horizon starting in 2023. Rising energy demand by data centers, mostly in Virginia and Maryland, is a chief driver of this increased energy use. The PJM Load […]
Queued Generation Fuel Mix
As of 11:25 p.m. EPT
Total:
163,081 MW
Renewables:
78,315 MW
Generation Interconnection Requests by Fuel Type
As of 11:25 p.m. EPT
Queues Timeline
As of 2.15.2022 5:32 p.m. EPT
Active Studies
As of 10:46 p.m. EPT
Criteria & Guidelines