Public Service Commission
Long Island Power Authority
New York is moving quickly to keep its renewable energy development queue viable, launching solicitations for new onshore and offshore large-scale projects.
New York regulators approved a big increase in EV infrastructure spending, seeking to catch up with the state’s ambitious deployment targets.
The New York Department of Public Service once again is seeking input on what exactly “zero emissions” means.
New York rejects inflation adjustment requests for 90 planned wind and solar projects that total more than 12 GW of capacity and constitute much of the state’s contracted clean energy pipeline.
NYISO announced that the state broke its hourly wind generation record Sunday, generating 1,939 MW from 28 wind power facilities.
Champlain Hudson Power Express / Clean Path New York
New York’s clean energy agency needs more time to draw up the renewable energy certificate program for two major renewable energy transmission projects.
New York’s Energy Policy Planning Advisory Council met to discuss the Joint Utilities' Coordinated Grid Planning Process and review its current modeling assumptions with stakeholders.
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.
The lead agency in New York’s clean energy transition has come out in favor of inflation adjustments for renewable projects under contract but not yet under construction.
Constellation Energy Corp.
In New York's strained pursuit of clean energy, every stakeholder seems to back renewables but none want their constituency to bear the cost.
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