Long Island Power Authority (LIPA)
NYISO selected Propel NY Energy to fulfill Long Island transmission needs to enable the export of future offshore wind energy.
New York's State Legislature passed a bill that would require state agencies and utilities to identify grid improvements for an EV highway and charging network.
NYISO's Business Issues Committee approved proposed tariff revisions to rules for capacity resource interconnection service (CRIS) expiration and transferring.
Seven N.Y. utilities filed a proposal aiming to help develop a "fully decarbonized electric system” by improving grid planning coordination among stakeholders.
New York stakeholders are challenging a PJM rule change they say could hit them with some of the cost of New Jersey's transmission upgrades for offshore wind.
Stakeholders urged regulators to defer approval, outright reject or refer to NYISO’s public policy tx planning process Con Ed’s proposal for a new substation.
New York TOs again rejected challenges to their new public policy category of local transmission development for purposes of cost sharing and recovery.
The NYPSC got updates on how utilities are responding to pleas to improve billing practices and customer outreach after recent electric and gas bill surges.
BOEM approved the construction and operations plan for the 132-MW South Fork Wind Project off Long Island.
The U.S. Department of the Interior approved the construction and operations plan for the 132-MW South Fork Wind Project being built for LIPA.
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