Independent Power Producers of New York (IPPNY)
FERC approved NYISO’s proposed 17-year amortization period when calculating the annual costs for hypothetical fossil fuel peaker plants.
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.
The Independent Power Producers of New York’s annual Spring Conference highlighted the challenges New York faces as it decarbonizes.
There was no shortage of ideas on how to overcome well known challenges to carrying out New York’s clean energy transition at IPPNY’s 37th Spring Conference.
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.
A N.Y. panel approved a scoping plan for meeting state decarbonization goals but three members opposed the report, citing cost and reliability concerns.
New England's natural gas prices are likely to rise this winter and could prompt more supportive policies, stakeholders told the IPPNY Fall Conference.
Europe's retreat from electric competition and single-price clearing auctions are trends that could spread to the U.S., the IPPNY Fall Conference was told.
Attendees at IPPNY's Fall Conference expressed concern over how New York will replace natural gas as it seeks to meet its climate goals.
Lawmakers, regulators, agency administrators and power producers explored the clean energy transformation in New York at IPPNY's 36th annual Spring Conference.
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