Decarbonizing hundreds of thousands of small- to midsize apartment buildings in New York will be an expensive and challenging task, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York indicates in a new report.
The BENEFIT program will support DOE's Affordable Home Energy Shot, aimed reducing the cost of home upgrades for affordable housing by at least 50% while also reducing energy bills by 20% within a decade.
The village of Ossining is constructing geothermal boreholes using a new law that exempts these boreholes from oil and gas well regulations.
As Maryland works toward some of the most ambitious emission reduction goals in the nation, PJM has warned that the 2025 closure of coal plants in the state could lead to rolling blackouts.
The suit says New York's ban is preempted by federal law, seeking to apply the precedent from the Ninth Circuit's decision overturning Berkeley Calif.'s ban.
To decarbonize homes in low-income communities, agencies need to remove administrative barriers, consider all types of housing and prepare for a hotter world, experts said.
A year after New York ordered seven utilities to plan a series of thermal energy network pilot projects, none of the proposals is ready for regulatory consideration.
North Carolina regulators approved two on-bill-financed residential energy efficiency programs for Duke Energy.
DOE treads carefully on hot-button issue of home electrification, saying rebate programs do not ban or restrict use of other technologies.
New Jersey is tackling the contentious issue of how to dramatically reduce the use of natural gas and promote alternatives in pursuit of cutting carbon emissions.
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