Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA)
New York published an action plan to accelerate its renewable energy sector and expand the industry that is growing around it.
The lead agency in New York’s clean energy transition has come out in favor of inflation adjustments for renewable projects under contract but not yet under construction.
In New York's strained pursuit of clean energy, every stakeholder seems to back renewables but none want their constituency to bear the cost.
FERC approved Niagara Mohawk Power's construction recovery requests for the Smart Path Connect project and partly accepted its rate schedule revisions.
NYISO will comment on New York's emissions-reduction and reporting policy, the cap-and-invest program.
NYISO CEO Rich Dewey presented the ISO's annual Power Trends report, noting that shrinking reliability margins could force fossil fuel plant retirement delays.
New York agencies kicked off the first in a series of webinars dedicated to explaining and seeking comment on the state’s proposed cap-and-invest program.
Facing a possibility that it won't be able to generate enough energy with existing renewables, New York is considering more controversial forms of generation.
New York’s conundrum is how to ensure grid reliability and resilience as it calls for fossil fuel resources to be replaced by intermittent resources.
Natural gas is in the crosshairs of New York’s decarbonization drive, but it will likely remain indispensable to the state’s energy portfolio for many years.
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