New York Climate Action Council (NY CAC)
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.
One at a time, New York apprenticeships and vocational schools are training the thousands of workers needed to meet the state's ambitious clean energy goals.
NYSERDA's Doreen Harris presented the challenges of New York’s energy transition plan as opportunities while speaking to state legislators.
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.
The Alliance for Clean Energy New York hosted an online information session concerning the state's scoping plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
NYISO CEO Rich Dewey announced to the Management Committee that Director Gizman Abbas had accepted a position on Talen Energy’s board of directors.
Questions remain about how much of the scoping plan can be implemented through agency rulemaking and what will require new legislation.
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 York's Climate Action Council met for its penultimate meeting to discuss the final edits to its scoping plan and debate labor unions and hydrogen resources.
New York’s clean energy sector reached record-high employment in 2021, rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic much further than the general workforce.
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