Meeting to consider SB 525, SB 806, SB 832, followed by an informational briefing on PJM’s MOPR proposal and maintaining competitive and reliable energy markets

Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee

Tuesday, September 28, 2021 | 10:00 a.m.

North Office Building, Hearing Room #1


Meeting to consider SB 525, SB 806, SB 832, followed by an informational briefing on PJM’s MOPR proposal and maintaining competitive and reliable energy markets

AGENDA:

  • Senate Bill 525 (Gordner) – establishes the framework for a Growing Greener III program;
  • Senate Bill 806 (Yaw) – ensuring landowners are afforded a clear and distinct assessment of royalties paid to them through lease agreements with natural gas operators;

*Amendment A02421

  • Senate Bill 832 (Yaw) – establishing a Clean Streams Fund for Pennsylvania, dedicated to water quality, specifically focused on mitigating “non-point” sources of pollution, such as agricultural runoff and acid mine drainage.

*Amendment A02427

Informational briefing on PJM’s MOPR proposal and maintaining competitive and reliable energy markets.

AGENDA

Opening Comments

  • Chairman Yaw
  • Chairman Comitta 

Asim Z. Haque (Awe-Sim Hock)  – Testimony
Vice President – State and Member Services, PJM Interconnection

Dr. Joseph Bowring Testimony
President, Monitoring Analytics &
Independent Market Monitor for PJM

Glen Thomas, GT Power Group, LLC  – Testimony

Closing Comments

  • Chairman Yaw
  • Chairman Comitta

Additional Written Comments Submitted by
PA Municipal Electric Association / American Municipal Power Testimony
PA Chamber of Business & Industry  Testimony