New York Public Service Commission
New York made considerable progress this year in its efforts to decarbonize its economy and spread benefits to disadvantaged communities despite COVID-19.
The New York PSC ruled that projects located anywhere in the state may be eligible for state-sponsored EV prize competitions, granting a LIPA request.
The New York CAC met to discuss bioenergy emissions and the formation of a utility consultation group while also receiving updates from advisory groups.
New York’s six local distribution companies split over whether to adopt “passive” or “active” approaches to managing electric vehicle charging
NYSERDA has issued a request for proposals seeking contractors to conduct site reuse planning studies for retired power plants.
Preliminary analysis suggests that a mesh-and-backbone network design would be best to integrate offshore wind into the New York grid.
The NYPSC ruled on its first major electric rate case since the pandemic struck, approving three-year phased increases for NYSEG and RG&E.
NYISO and sympathetic intervenors filed comments urging FERC to reject a request that it require the ISO to implement a “clean" MOPR.
The New York PSC designated NYPA’s Northern New York transmission line as a high priority, allowing it to bypass NYISO’s public policy planning process.
Transmission congestion around NYC could increase after the first 6,000 MW of offshore wind is interconnected, NYISO told state officials.
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