New York City
NYISO will keep two natural gas peaker plants online past their planned 2025 retirements to solve a 446-MW shortfall in New York City.
Decarbonizing hundreds of thousands of small- to midsize apartment buildings in New York will be an expensive and challenging task, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York indicates in a new report.
NYISO did not identify any new near-term reliability issues in its third-quarter STAR, but it does anticipate significant load increases in western and central New York that could warrant more attention.
NYISO said it plans to file a motion with FERC for an extension on the compliance deadline for Order 2023, according to a presentation given to stakeholders.
NYISO delved into a plethora of upcoming projects, including the New York City public policy transmission need assessment and what the preliminary rules and assumptions will be.
New York City will require its fleet of for-hire vehicles to be net-zero or wheelchair accessible by 2030.
NYISO addressed stakeholder questions in a statement it released about the predicted near-term reliability shortfall in New York City, and potentially statewide.
New York City transit officials began working to implement their controversial congestion pricing scheme as New Jersey filed a lawsuit seeking to block it.
New York City faces a 446-MW shortfall in 2025 because of plant retirements and the delayed completion of the Champlain Hudson Power Express, NYISO said.
The PSC has called on NYISO to open its next PPTN with the goal of getting 6,000 MW of new transmission facilities in Long Island to facilitate the export of future offshore wind resources.
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