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.
The New York Public Service Commission approved the state’s first-ever Coordinated Grid Planning Process.
The New York Public Service Commission approved construction of a scaled-back version of Consolidated Edison’s proposed Clean Energy Hub in Brooklyn.
Stakeholders told the New York PSC that utilities’ proposed transmission planning framework could favor local upgrades over more efficient regional projects.
Stakeholders urged regulators to defer approval, outright reject or refer to NYISO’s public policy tx planning process Con Ed’s proposal for a new substation.
New York state agencies approved NYPA's plan to complete phase 2 of its 86-mile Smart Path transmission line rebuild project with National Grid.
The New York Public Service Commission established a new regulatory proceeding to track efforts to meet the states' climate goals.
New York utilities recommended a coordinated grid planning process with a revised benefit-cost analysis method and a new advisory council to manage the effort.
The New York Public Service Commission approved requiring offshore wind project developers to provide “mesh-ready” transmission plans in their bids.
New York transmission owners urged the PSC to reject a challenge to its new category for projects intended to help the state meet its climate goals.
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