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July 13, 2024

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NY Expects to Miss 2030 Renewable Energy Target
The architects of New York’s clean energy transition are predicting the state will fall short of its 70%-by-2030 renewable energy target, perhaps far short, and are suggesting ways to catch up in the early 2030s. 
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Trade Group Wants NY to Press Distributed Solar
Small-scale solar has been a success story in New York state, which is on track to reach its 2025 goal of 6 GW of distributed solar a year early.
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NY Sets Strategy to Reach 6 GW of Energy Storage
The New York PSC approved a roadmap to reach the state's goal of 6 GW of energy storage by 2030.
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NY Opens Land-based Renewable Energy Solicitation
New York has launched its eighth large-scale renewable energy solicitation, seeking proposals for land-based projects to help the state meet its emission-reduction goals.
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NYPA Unveils Expanded Grid Simulation Lab
NYPA has expanded its AGILe Lab with extensive new digital twin capabilities, allowing it to model and test the impact of new technologies on the grid.
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NY Energy Storage Industry Seeks Faster Path Forward
The promise of doing well for both the environment and the economy and the obstacles to doing so were highlighted as the 2024 edition of New York’s energy storage industry conference opened.
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NY Reaches Deals for 2.4 GW of Onshore Renewables

New York state has reached tentative contracts with developers proposing 24 land-based renewable energy projects totaling nearly 2.4 GW of capacity.

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IPF24: Moving Offshore Wind Beyond Contract Cancellations
Stakeholders look at how best to move on from offshore wind contract cancellations.
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IPF24: New York Starts Another OSW Rebound
The leader of New York state's offshore wind initiative told the 2024 International Partnering Forum that the state is pushing forward after its setbacks and so should the industry. 
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NY Offshore Wind Plans Implode Again
Three provisional contracts totaling 4 GW and constituting the entire result of New York's third offshore wind solicitation have been cancelled. 

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