Recently unearthed from the beyond the grave, here are the comments of PSEG on the DOE's NOI on National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors. Apparently PSEG was rather tweaked at the comments PJM filed in which they asked for an early designation of two corridors needed for the TrAIL and PATH projects, along with similar comments by AEP and Alleghey Energy, promoting their own projects. I'm not going to over analyze this for you. Read it for yourself. I guarantee that you'll enjoy it! Here are a couple of tantalizing excerpts:
"...PJM has failed to furnish sufficient evidence to support this claim and has in fact presented an apparently biased and incomplete view of the facts."
"Thus, it is not clear what “problem” the AEP and Allegheny projects are intending to address. By extension, there has been no detailed cost-benefit analysis comparing the “benefits” of the AEP and/or Allegheny transmission projects with the “costs” of the congestion the projects are intended to relieve. Moreover, PJM clearly has ignored the timing inherent in the RTEP process by simply skipping past the one-year market window and moving right to a regulated transmission owner-proposed transmission “solution.”
Isn't it funny... despite hitting it dead on in their comments, PSEG's "concern" seemed to evaporate after they were handed the Susquehanna Roseland lollipop.