WEBINAR: PJM ELCC Filing – New Capacity Valuation Methodology for Storage & Intermittents

November 12, 2020 / News & Updates


DECEMBER 1, 2020

2:00PM EST 

This FREE webinar will include discussion on hot topics related to the new Capacity valuation methodology and participation requirements for storage, intermittents, and hybrid resources in the PJM footprint.

CES experts will review the original Order of Abeyance that led to the changes, major elements of the filing including a new 4-hour duration class for storage, changes to intermittent valuation, 10-year minimum ELCC values, and the requested / expected timeline for implementation.

In addition, CES will review outstanding items related to the filing including new Minimum Offer Price Rules for state-subsidized Capacity resources, the Day-Ahead Energy Must-Offer Requirements, and the intersection with Order 2222, and much more.


Chad Dixon – Consultant, Emerging Technologies – PJM 

Chad joined CES in 2017 and is an Emerging Technologies Consultant covering the PJM territory with experience in energy storage operations, modeling and valuation. At CES he advises internal and external clients on market rules and trends for energy storage and other emerging energy technologies. Mr. Dixon has helped a multitude of clients including project investors, developers, and equipment manufacturers understand and evaluate market opportunities for their resources. Prior to joining CES, he was a Certified Operator –

Energy Storage at Viridity Energy, based in Philadelphia, where he guided clients through the interconnection and market entry processes and operated energy storage and demand response assets in PJM, ERCOT, and NYISO.

Lynn Horning –  Sr. Consultant, Market Intelligence – PJM

Lynn Horning joined Customized Energy Solutions in 2019 and is an energy regulatory expert with the bulk of her career involved in energy market design and development.  She is a senior leader with extensive experience for over 25 years in various positions at multiple companies, including electric utilities, ISO/RTO power grids, and software development companies.  As a subject matter expert, Lynn possesses extensive knowledge related to the business and technical issues associated with wholesale and retail energy markets.  Ms. Horning has a strong background of successfully leading efforts to build consensus with diverse market participants that ensure the timely and effective development of new market and tariff rule changes, as well as interpretation of existing tariff and rule provisions.  She has proven leadership with the development and implementation of highly technical computer systems to implement new wholesale and retail market structures and processes for deregulated and regulated environments.