NYISO’s Board of Directors selected two 345-kV transmission projects intended to address persistent transmission congestion in New York and foster delivery of renewable energy to the state’s population centers. | NYISORead More
New York officials, utilities and solar energy advocates are trading comments through the PSC on what constitutes appropriate compensation for the capacity value of distributed energy resources. | NYSERDARead More
Rulings by the Public Service Commission will double New York’s existing 2025 storage goal to 3,000 MW by 2030 and require the state’s utilities to reduce building energy use by an additional 31 trillion British thermal units.Read More
NYISO on Monday recommended that its carbon pricing proposal no longer include a mechanism that would make emissions-free resources with existing renewable energy credit contracts pay the LBMP carbon component. | Brattle GroupRead More
NYISO on Monday proposed a framework for billing carbon charges to New York energy suppliers under the state’s plan to price greenhouse gas emissions in the ISO’s wholesale electricity market. | Brattle GroupRead More
NYISO on Monday floated a carbon pricing proposal that would leave importers and exporters to manage the risk of predicting carbon charges for real-time imports into New York, rather than saddling consumers with that uncertainty. | Brattle GroupRead More
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld New York’s zero-emission credits for nuclear generation, rejecting claims they intrude on FERC jurisdiction. | Constellation Energy Nuclear GroupRead More
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