May 18, 2024

New York Clean Energy Standard (CES)

NY Proposes Credit System to Fund 6 GW of Energy Storage
New York is considering a system of credits to help fund what it calls the most ambitious energy storage goal in the nation: 6 GW installed by 2030.
NYSERDA Gets Funding Boost as Energy Transition Continues
NYSERDA is getting a funding boost to hire more people as it administers the state’s Clean Energy Standard program, but not as large a hike as it had sought.
New York State Clean Energy Jobs Hit Record High in 2021
New York’s clean energy sector reached record-high employment in 2021, rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic much further than the general workforce.
NYISO Begins Discussing Market Rules for Internal Controllable Lines
NYISO staff briefed stakeholders on the schedule for the ISO’s initiative to develop market participation rules for internal controllable lines.
Darren McGee, Office of Governor
New York to Invest $500M in OSW Infrastructure
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday announced plans to invest $500 million in offshore wind manufacturing and supply chain infrastructure.
NY Activists Want Less Industry, More Justice in Clean Energy
Activists and consumer advocates in New York want to see less industry influence on clean energy policy recommendations to the state.
Two Transmission Projects Selected to Bring Low-carbon Power to NYC
New York selected the Clean Path and the Champlain Hudson Power Express transmission projects from among seven submitted to the CES Tier 4 solicitation.
NYC’s Largest Generator Has New Name, New Aim
Ravenswood Generating announced that it will change its name to Rise Light & Power and develop large-scale clean energy projects.
NY Awards 2.5-GW Offshore Deal to Equinor
New York announced that it is awarding 2,490 MW in offshore wind contracts to Equinor Wind US, the largest such procurement ever in the U.S.
NYPSC OKs NYPA Project, ‘Priority’ Tx Criteria
The New York PSC designated NYPA’s Northern New York transmission line as a high priority, allowing it to bypass NYISO’s public policy planning process.

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