As of April 1, 1997, transmission service on PPL Electric Utilities facilities is provided under the PJM Open Access Transmission Tariff and is administered by the PJM Interconnection, L.L.C. The PPL Electric Utilities’ documents listed below address the requirements for the interconnection of generation, transmission, and end user facilities to the PPL Electric Utilities’ transmission system in Pennsylvania. All interconnected facilities must meet these requirements.
For interconnection requests at 69 kV and 138 kV, the "Parallel Generation Protection Requirements (69 kV and 138 kV)" dated January 31, 2018, governs. For interconnection requests at all other voltages, the March 20, 2017, "Parallel Generation Protection Requirement" continues to govern while new standards are being developed. Interconnection customers are encouraged to contact PPL for additional updates.
If the developer wishes to investigate or pursue the "Option to Build”, there are additional standards and requirements with which the developer must comply. These additional requirements can be made available to the developer upon request.
Merchant Transmission entities should visit the PJM web site for information on arranging interconnection of new transmission facilities.
Wholesale customers should visit the PJM website for information on arranging new transmission service.
End-user transmission customers should visit the Three-Phase Electric Service webpage to request a connection to the transmission system (only for transmission interconnections over 69 kV).
PPL EU Transmission Planning Criteria
PPL EU’s transmission planning criteria documents the principles related to planning, operating and protecting the transmission system. Potential customers are invited to read the planning criteria. PPL EU’s planning criteria is also posted on PJM’s website.
For additional information on PPL Electric Utilities' transmission system, send a written request to:
PPL Electric Utilities, GENN5
2 North 9th Street
Allentown, PA 18101-1179
PPL Electric Utilities has implemented Standards of Conduct in compliance with the requirements of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). In addition, PPL Electric Utilities has posted information related to its Transmission Function and its affiliates that employ or retain marketing function employees:
PPL Electric Utilities Corp. Notices:
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