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April 17, 2024

New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG)

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.
Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department
NY PSC Accepts $2.75M NYSEG Settlement over Gas Leak Fire
New York regulators approved a $2.75 million settlement with New York State Electric and Gas over a gas leak that led to a fire last February.
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New York Utilities Report Slow Start to EV Fast Charging
New York’s IOUs reported a slow rollout of EV fast-charging stations under the state’s $701 million incentive program to build 50,000 stations by 2025.
NYDPS
NYPSC Applauds Central Hudson Storm Response
The New York PSC lauded Central Hudson Gas and Electric and assisting parties for their quick response to outages stemming from the early February blizzard.
New York PSC OKs Utility Storage Deployment, Cost Recovery
The New York PSC approved filings by the state's utilities implementing cost recovery and sharing plans with ratepayers for storage resources.
NYPSC OKs First Rate Increases Since COVID Outbreak
The NYPSC ruled on its first major electric rate case since the pandemic struck, approving three-year phased increases for NYSEG and RG&E.
NY Utilities, Developers Tweak Storage Procurement Terms
New York’s utilities are working with government officials and project developers to fine-tune the processes of state-mandated energy storage solicitations.
NYPSC Approves Cooling Relief for New Yorkers
The New York PSC approved more than $70 million in electric bill relief over the summer for low-income Con Ed customers in NYC and Westchester County.
Avangrid Earnings Revive on Wind, New Assets
Increased wind output helped Avangrid’s profits jump 20% in the third quarter as the company continued to see strong growth in its renewables fleet.
NYPSC OKs Westchester Plan, Expands EV Charging
New York regulators approved a consumer awareness and incentive campaign for clean energy development in Westchester County.

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