PJM Reports Some LSEs May Have Been Charged Based On Incorrect PLCs In Ohio Zone, Back To Jan. 2019
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PJM said in a market notice that, "It has come to our attention that certain Load Serving Entities may have been charged and credited based on incorrect peak load contribution values supplied by Duke going back to January 2019."
"PJM is currently working with Duke to obtain the necessary information to correct the charges and credits. Based on the information received to date, this issue only impacts Load Serving Entities that are located in the Duke Zone," PJM said in the notice
"PJM is authorized and obligated under section 10.4 of its PJM Open Access Transmission Tariff and section 15.6 of its Amended and Restated Operating Agreement of PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., to issue adjusted billing statements to correct such errors for a period going back no more than 2 years from notifying Market Participants of such error. This letter serves as written notification that PJM may rebill for any such erroneously billed peak load contributions back to January 1, 2019," PJM said in the notice