New York Department of Public Service (NY DPS)
New York regulators approved a big increase in EV infrastructure spending, seeking to catch up with the state’s ambitious deployment targets.
The New York Public Service Commission approved the state’s first-ever Coordinated Grid Planning Process.
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.
Residents worry about fire risk from proposed energy storage facility in Long Island.
Frequency and duration of power outages decreased in New York in 2022 outside of major storms, but one utility missed its target for the fourth year in a row.
NYISO presented the Budget and Priorities Working Group with 48 market projects that it is proposing to be included in its 2024 budget.
Residents at an information session on a proposed OSW transmission line landing on Long Island were frustrated by officials' frequent lack of answers.
New York Department of Public Service staff recommended a 58% funding increase for the state’s EV Make-Ready Program for electric vehicle infrastructure.
New York regulators authorized the Champlain Hudson Power Express to begin construction on the line, which will deliver Canadian hydropower to New York City.
The price of New York ZECs is set to fall 14% for the next two years after the agency that administratively sets the price issued its biennial price adjustment.
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