New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NY DEC)
The village of Ossining is constructing geothermal boreholes using a new law that exempts these boreholes from oil and gas well regulations.
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 will comment on New York's emissions-reduction and reporting policy, the cap-and-invest program.
New York's State Legislature passed a bill that would require state agencies and utilities to identify grid improvements for an EV highway and charging network.
NYISO CEO Rich Dewey presented the ISO's annual Power Trends report, noting that shrinking reliability margins could force fossil fuel plant retirement delays.
New York agencies kicked off the first in a series of webinars dedicated to explaining and seeking comment on the state’s proposed cap-and-invest program.
The N.Y. State Reliability Council Executive Committee indicated its Installed Capacity Subcommittee may increase the amount of 10-minute reserve assumptions.
Last week’s New York Energy Summit yielded a bumper crop of opinions, updates and words of wisdom from the more than 60 panelists.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul released a legislative framework for the cap-and-invest program she is proposing to help the state meet its GHG-reduction goals.
With the green energy agenda intact after Election Day and billions in federal funding coming, ACE NY held its fall conference on a triumphal note.
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