PJM Backs Duke’s $9.8M ‘Stranded Gas’ Claim June 3, 2014By Rich Heidorn Jr.PJM told FERC last week it should allow a Duke Energy peaking plant to recover $9.8 million it spent on expensive natural gas it was unable to burn in January. Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know?Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. Additional news on this topic:Stakeholders Approve Gas-Electric CommunicationMembers last week approved revisions to the Operating Agreement to allow PJM to share non-public operational information with natural gas pipelines and local distribution companies.PJM Plans Section 206 Filing on FMUsPJM’s Board of Managers will ask FERC to approve a proposal opposed by generators to reduce payments to frequently mitigated units (FMUs).Energy Storage Vies for Capacity RolePJM would create rules allowing batteries, flywheels and other advanced energy storage technologies to participate in its capacity market under a problem statement presented to the Markets and Reliability Commission on first reading Thursday. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.