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FERC Chair Willie Phillips and NERC CEO James Robb wrote in joint comments that they have "serious concerns" about Everett's retirement.
FERC and NERC called for completing winterization standards and strengthening natural gas infrastructure in response to widespread outages last Christmas.
Participants at New York Energy Week celebrated the progress the state and city have made toward decarbonization while acknowledging the challenges ahead.
Applied Economics Clinic and the Clean Energy Group have found that distribution system bottlenecks are slowing the interconnection of distributed resources.
The Department of Energy says it will fund eight projects to demonstrate how solar, wind, storage and other clean energy resources can support the grid.
The New York Public Service Commission approved construction of a scaled-back version of Consolidated Edison’s proposed Clean Energy Hub in Brooklyn.
Last week’s New York Energy Summit yielded a bumper crop of opinions, updates and words of wisdom from the more than 60 panelists.
FERC denied Cubit Power One’s complaint against Con Ed, saying it did not provide evidence that the utility’s wholesale distribution service rate was unjust.
NYPSC won praise for its implementation of a law to speed up transmission development, but parties said much work remains in order to meet clean energy goals.
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Consolidated Edison released its 2022 earnings report showing that it earned $1.66 billion in net income, about $300 million, or 23%, more than in 2021.
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