June 24, 2024


Cuomo Sets New York’s Green Goals for 2020
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signaled the state will continue to step up efforts to decarbonize its economy with an eye to spreading the benefits.
NYISO Focus Turns to Grid ‘Transition’
NYISO plans to devote one day a month for stakeholders to discuss reliability and market issues related to integrating clean energy resources.
New York Advanced Clean Energy Goals in 2019
New York started 2019 around renewable energy and quickened the pace of the most ambitious decarbonization goals in the country.
NYISO Management Committee Briefs: Dec. 18, 2019
NYISO’s Management Committee recommended the Board of Directors approve a short-term reliability process to evaluate and address reliability impacts.
Climate is Human Rights Issue, Former NYPSC ALJ Says
Former New York PSC administrative law judge Eleanor Stein spoke about the nexus between climate change and human rights at Bennington College.
Overheard at ACE New York 2019 Fall Conference
About 200 participants turned out at the ACE NY’s annual conference to hear about New York’s efforts to boost renewables, price carbon and EV sales.
Overheard at IPPNY 2019 Fall Conference
More than 150 people turned out for the Independent Power Producers of New York’s 34th annual fall conference.
NYPSC Opens Resource Adequacy Proceeding
The New York PSC kicked off a proceeding to examine how to reconcile NYISO’s resource adequacy programs with the state’s renewable energy and carbon goals.
NYISO Management Committee Briefs: July 31, 2019
The Analysis Group will delay the release of a carbon pricing study expected to be completed this month, CEO Rich Dewey told the Management Committee.
NE States See Mixed Results on Energy Policy
Industry participants gathered at the law offices of Brown Rudnick to hear NECEC provide updates on new energy legislation in all six New England states.

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