May 18, 2024

New York Department of Public Service (NY DPS)

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Audit Faults NY Renewables Office on Speed of Reviews
The New York state office created to expedite permitting of large-scale renewable energy development should offer a better accounting of how long permitting takes, an audit concludes. 
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NY Moves Methodically to Create New Class of Utility
The networked heating systems New York wants to test on a pilot scale hold promise for the environment and society but are taking time to design.
New York Governor's Office
NY Gov. Proposes Streamlined Transmission Review, Permitting

New York’s governor is proposing to streamline the transmission permitting process, which she calls a chokepoint that is slowing progress of the state’s clean energy transition.

New York Invests Another $539M Into EV Infrastructure
New York regulators approved a big increase in EV infrastructure spending, seeking to catch up with the state’s ambitious deployment targets.
Potomac Economics
Providers See ‘Mixed Signals’ on Demand Response in NYISO
Demand response providers in NYISO are concerned that proposed market rule changes will harm the economics of special case resources.
NY Drills Down on Statutory Meaning of ‘Zero Emissions’

The New York Department of Public Service once again is seeking input on what exactly “zero emissions” means.

NY Creates Coordinated Grid Planning Process
The New York Public Service Commission approved the state’s first-ever Coordinated Grid Planning Process.
NYDPS Report Shows State Emissions Down Nearly 50M MT
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.
Battery Storage Developers Bump Against Perception of Risk
Residents worry about fire risk from proposed energy storage facility in Long Island.
New York state Department of Public Service
Electric Reliability and Safety Continue to Improve in NY
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.

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