July 12, 2024

New York Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA)

NY Expects to Miss 2030 Renewable Energy Target
The architects of New York’s clean energy transition are predicting the state will fall short of its 70%-by-2030 renewable energy target, perhaps far short, and are suggesting ways to catch up in the early 2030s. 
D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals
DC Circuit Upholds NYISO 17-year Amortization Rule
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld FERC’s approval of a key NYISO capacity market price determinant that the state utility regulator says could raise costs by hundreds of millions of dollars per year. 
Appeals Court Upholds FERC on Gas Project Extensions
The D.C. Circuit ruled in favor of FERC granting previously approved natural gas projects’ requests for an extension of their deadlines to bring the facilities online.
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Deregulation Drove 25 Years of Innovation, IPPNY Panelists Say
The transition to a deregulated wholesale power market helped drive New York’s adoption of innovative energy technology and policies, panelists said at the IPPNY's 38th spring conference.
Take the Long View on Clean Energy, NY Legislators Urged
State legislators peppered the leader of New York’s clean energy transition with questions about the sputtering progress and controversial details of the effort, but got few firm answers.
NYPSC Approves Advanced Transmission Tech Working Group
The NYPSC has established the Advanced Technology Working Group to identify and deploy new clean energy technologies, supporting the state’s net-zero goals.
New York Scrambles to Maintain Momentum in Energy Transition

The groups charged with leading New York’s energy transition enter 2024 trying to build on momentum from in 2023 while recovering from its disappointments.

NY Moves to Phase out SF6 in New Electrical Gear

New York is moving to limit the use of sulfur hexafluoride in electrical power and distribution equipment and to reduce leakage of the most potent greenhouse gas.

National Fuel Gas
NY PSC Limits Gas Utility’s Network Expansion

The New York Public Service Commission has limited a major gas utility from proactively expanding its gas mains starting early next year.

FERC Orders Settlement Procedures on NY Utilities’ Tx ROE Filing
FERC ordered two New York utilities into settlement procedures over their proposed 10.87% ROE on upgrades to meet the state’s renewable energy goals.  

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