In 2013, PJM Interconnection replaced its goofy transmission “planning” process with a new process that conforms to FERC requirements spelled out in the Commission’s Order 1000. Under its new process, instead of just picking transmission developers with very little transparency (as with TrAIL and PATH), PJM identifies reliability problems and then sets an annual deadline for project developers to propose solutions.
This year, PJM’s Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee received 106 project applications by its July 28 deadline. RTO Insider has a good description of these projects.
Here is a map and list of those projects. Note that none of them involve massive HV lines in WV. PPL wants to get on the gravy train, though.