PATH wants us to believe that the 765kV line will feed from the proposed new Kemptown substation into two existing transmission lines that currently cross the proposed substation site in Frederick County, MD. If our grid is so "congested" and "overloaded", how are two smaller, existing lines supposed to take PATH's load? They're not.
PJM's true intention is to build an additional new transmission line out of the new substation in Kemptown which will connect with Emory Grove (MD) to Conastone (MD) to Peach Bottom (PA) to Keeney (DE) and ending in Salem (NJ).
It may not be the exact same plan PJM came up with in 2005 (see Project Mountaineer map here), shortly after American Electric Power became a member of their RTO, but it does get coal-fired power from the John Amos plant to New Jersey. There are most likely future plans to add even more new transmission lines to take it north to New York City.
BG&E and PSE&G get to be the next beneficiaries to feed at the FERC rate incentive trough filled with the empty wallets of the 51 million ratepayers in PJM.
Why are West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland expected to sacrifice and pay for all of this expansion?
We have always maintained that PATH's electricity is intended for New Jersey. Now PJM has provided us with proof of PATH's big lie.