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OhmConnect is seeking NYISO approval to begin this summer enrolling its small customer aggregations as SCRs in the ISO’s wholesale capacity market.
FERC said it won’t reconsider NYISO’s decision to deny membership to the successor to a bankrupt energy service company.
The New York PSC placed new restrictions and requirements on energy service companies, including enhanced eligibility criteria and scrutiny of practices.
FERC upheld NYISO’s decision to deny a New York energy service company’s application to join until its predecessor pays its outstanding debt.
Four of New York’s utilities will collectively see their revenues reduced by $7 million for failing to meet reliability and customer service requirements.
The New York PSC ruled that upstate municipal power authorities can charge higher electricity rates to cryptocurrency companies.
New York policymakers were very busy in 2017, working on carbon pricing in wholesale markets and facing down legal challenges to its nuclear subsidies.
The New York Public Service Commission (NY PSC) OK'ed rules to implement community choice aggregation and a pilot program to shrink air conditioning loads.
A federal appellate judge stayed a NYPSC order that prohibits most energy service companies (ESCOs) from serving low-income customers.
The New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) enacted consumer protection standards for distributed energy resource (DER) suppliers.
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