FTR Holder definition

FTR Holder means the PJM Member that has acquired and possesses an FTR.
FTR Holder means the PJM Member that has acquired and possesses an FTR. The term FTR holder or holder of FTR is used throughout the Tariff and OA. However, the term is not defined. Thus we are adding a definition and will use the defined term in all places where “FTR holder”, “holder of FTRs” or holder of Financial Transmission Rights” currently exists, except as described below regarding use of the new defined term Effective FTR Holder. In addition, PJM proposes to add a definition of Effective FTR Holder, and to use that defined term in the FTR Forfeiture section of the Tariff and OA (Tariff, Attachment K- Appendix sections 5.2.1(b) and 5.2.1(d), Tariff, Attachment M-Appendix Section VI, and OA, Schedule 1, sections 5.2.1(b) and (d). The reason for these changes as they pertain to the FTR Forfeiture Rule contained in those Tariff and OA sections, is to ensure that the scope of entities PJM and the IMM for purposes of the FTR Forfeiture Rule is appropriate. The intention is to ensure all entities under common ownership or control will be monitored for purposes of the FTR Forfeiture Rule. The proposed definition of 1.3.2A.03 “Effective FTR Holder” Proposed at 10/23 GDECS: (1.3.2A.03) “Effective FTR Holder” shall mean an FTR Holder, any Affiliate or subsidiary of the FTR Holder, any other PJM Member that is under common ownership with the FTR Holder if the FTR Holder is a privately held company, and/or for publically traded companies, any other PJM Member that has over 5% common ownership with the FTR Holder. Further, any two PJM Members shall be considered Effective FTR Holders if they share common ownership in any third party business entity that is a PJM Member. Revised to this for the 12/11 GDECS:

Examples of FTR Holder in a sentence

  • FTR Holder is an entity that acquires an FTR through the FTR Auction to Section III.7 of Market Rule 1 and registers with the ISO as the holder of the FTR in accordance with Section III.7 of Market Rule 1 and applicable ISO New England Manuals.

  • Nothing in this section shall preclude the Market Monitoring Unit from action to recover inappropriate benefits from the subject activity if the amount forfeited is less than the benefit derived by the Effective FTR Holder.

  • When the FTR Target Allocation is positive, the FTR Target Allocation is a credit to the FTR Holder.

  • A Target Allocation of Transmission Congestion Credits for each FTR Holder shall be determined for each Financial Transmission Right.

  • The hourly economic value of a Financial Transmission Right Obligation is positive (a benefit to the FTR Holder) when the Day-ahead Congestion Price at the point of delivery is higher than the Day-ahead Congestion Price at the point of receipt.

  • This is published via the usual means of communication within three workdays after the building has been re-opened.

  • The hourly economic value of a Financial Transmission Right Option is positive (a benefit to the FTR Holder) when the Day-ahead Congestion Price at the point of delivery is higher than the Day-ahead Congestion Price at the point of receipt.

  • A negative FTR Target Allocation requires the FTR Holder to pay that amount.

  • An Effective FTR Holder objecting to the application of this rule shall have recourse to the Commission for review of the application of the FTR forfeiture rule to its trading activity.

  • The total FTR Target Allocation in an hour for each FTR Holder is the sum of the FTR Target Allocations for all FTRs that it holds.

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