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  • Dec 1, 2022

Updated PJM tariff language will include: "new service requests with no network upgrade cost allocation and no need for further studies are eligible for accelerated review."

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Matt Chester on Dec 1, 2022

Was this the expected outcome or is this a new development? 

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Michael Natrin on Dec 2, 2022

New development - it's a surprise to me that FERC would call for (and allow) such a drastic tariff change. It'll put a ton of workload on impacted utilities when PJM finally announces the list of "fast-lane" projects. 

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Jim Stack on Dec 3, 2022

I always felt FERC should have defined more details on Net-Metering. All they dicated was they pay something for Net-Metering but never how much or if it rolls over etc. I feel what ever the Utiltiy or even co-op or non profit charges customers for Solar kWh they should credit the Power Producer in the Net-Metering. They have done a real injustice by not defining it better.

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