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 PSC approved EV charging programs for the state’s utilities and $700 million for National Grid for transmission upgrade projects.
A group of environmental organizations petitioned the NYPSC to speed up the statewide buildout of charging infrastructure for medium- and heavy-duty EVs.
New York’s IOUs reported a slow rollout of EV fast-charging stations under the state’s $701 million incentive program to build 50,000 stations by 2025.
New York made considerable progress this year in its efforts to decarbonize its economy and spread benefits to disadvantaged communities despite COVID-19.
New York’s six local distribution companies split over whether to adopt “passive” or “active” approaches to managing electric vehicle charging
The New York PSC approved $700 million over the next five years to install more than 50,000 light-duty EV charging stations throughout the state.
New York regulators authorized utilities to spend $31.6 million to build fast-charging EV stations and recover costs from ratepayers over seven years.
The New York Public Service Commission unanimously approved renewing Westchester County’s community choice aggregation program.
The New York Public Service Commission approved a seven-year tariff for the Consolidated Edison (Con Ed) electric vehicle (EV) quick-charging station program and other REV initiatives.
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