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April 16, 2024

New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology (NY-BEST) Consortium

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Summit Attendees Receive Updates on NY Renewable Energy Efforts
Wind, storage, solar and hydrogen make advances and face challenges in New York state.
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NY Fire Code Updates Recommended for BESS Facilities
A task force formed in the wake of significant fires at three grid-scale battery energy storage systems has recommended new safety protocols for the facilities in New York state.
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Battery Storage Developers Bump Against Perception of Risk
Residents worry about fire risk from proposed energy storage facility in Long Island.
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New York Fine-Tuning its Market for Energy Storage 
New York state has the highest goal for installed energy storage but some of its market structures make it hard for the private sector to pursue those goals.
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NYISO Seeking to Increase Emissions Transparency
NYISO gave ICAP/MIWG proposed methodology for measuring implied marginal emission rates to increase transparency around New York’s emissions output.
New York 2023: Growing Pains for the Energy Transition
The 2023 New York Energy Summit focused on the financial, regulatory and technology landscape in the state as it presses forward with its energy transition.
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Study Makes Case for Storage as Transmission Asset in NY
The energy storage units planned in great number in New York can also serve the state’s grid as transmission assets, a new study finds.
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DOE Public-private Alliance to Build out U.S. Battery Supply Chain
The DOE wants to cut the cost of lithium-ion batteries, recharge EVs with a 300-mile range in 15 minutes and boost battery recycling — all in the next decade.
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DER Performance Uncertain Under NYC Building Emissions Law
New York City set carbon coefficients for energy resources to help calculate building emissions, but officials haven't set a coefficient for DERs.
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Panel: Storage Needs Experience in NY Power Markets
FERC and NYISO joined an energy storage developer to discuss New York’s wholesale electricity markets' opportunities and challenges in energy storage.

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