New York Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA)
New York regulators approved a big increase in EV infrastructure spending, seeking to catch up with the state’s ambitious deployment targets.
The Alliance for Clean Energy New York convened its annual fall conference amid a turbulent period in New York's clean energy transition.
The New York Department of Public Service once again is seeking input on what exactly “zero emissions” means.
New York’s Energy Policy Planning Advisory Council met to discuss the Joint Utilities' Coordinated Grid Planning Process and review its current modeling assumptions with stakeholders.
A year after New York ordered seven utilities to plan a series of thermal energy network pilot projects, none of the proposals is ready for regulatory consideration.
The New York Public Service Commission approved the state’s first-ever Coordinated Grid Planning Process.
New York's comptroller reported that the state's clean energy transition will need to accelerate to meet its goals.
The New York Department of Public Service released its first report card on how well the state is complying with its Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act mandates.
The first formal review of progress on New York's landmark climate protection act puts costs to date at $44 billion but does not predict the eventual total.
New York is looking at a broader array of solutions as fossil plants retire and not enough renewables come online.
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