State of Charge means the operating parameter that represents the quantity of physical energy stored (measured in units of megawatt-hours) in an Energy Storage Resource Model Participant in proportion to its maximum State of Charge capability. State of Charge is quantified as defined in the PJM Manuals.
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More Definitions of State of Charge
State of Charge means, with respect to the Electricity Storage Facility at any time, the percentage of the total energy storage capability that is being used to store energy. A State-of- Charge of one hundred percent (100%) shall mean that the total energy storage capability is being used to store energy, while a State-of-Charge of zero percent (0%) shall mean that the total energy storage capability is available to store energy.