April 16, 2024

Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY)

Siena College
NYISO Management Committee Briefs: March 27, 2024
The NYISO Management Committee approved tariff revisions for co-located storage resources and capacity accreditation models, reviewed annual satisfaction survey results, and received updates on board compensation and Order 2023.
NY Fire Code Updates Recommended for BESS Facilities
A task force formed in the wake of significant fires at three grid-scale battery energy storage systems has recommended new safety protocols for the facilities in New York state.
Sweeping Reset Underway for NY Renewable Development

Contracts for renewable energy projects totaling more than 8 GW of capacity in New York have been canceled as developers scramble to get out of unprofitable deals and rebid at higher cost.

NY Releases Preliminary Cap-and-invest Outline
The outline proposes a ‘waterfall’ approach to broadly disperse program funds in a way that targets disadvantaged communities.
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Mood Anxious as Renewable Energy Industry Gathers in NY
The Alliance for Clean Energy New York convened its annual fall conference amid a turbulent period in New York's clean energy transition.
NY Rejects Inflation Adjustment for Renewable Projects

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.

Comptroller Says NY Needs to Step Up Energy Transition
New York's comptroller reported that the state's clean energy transition will need to accelerate to meet its goals.
New York Utilities
NY Utilities’ Proposed Grid Planning Process Gets Tepid Reception
Stakeholders told the New York PSC that utilities’ proposed transmission planning framework could favor local upgrades over more efficient regional projects.
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ACE NY Lays out Legislative Priorities for Energy Transition
New York must make a significant workforce investment for the state’s clean energy transition: 200,000 new workers are needed, advocates say.
New York State Senate
Natural Gas Debate Heats up Hearing on CAC Scoping Plan
Members of the New York Climate Action Council continued the debate over the future of natural gas at a Senate hearing on implementing the CAC’s scoping plan.

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