May 18, 2024

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)

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NY Energy Storage Industry Seeks Faster Path Forward
The promise of doing well for both the environment and the economy and the obstacles to doing so were highlighted as the 2024 edition of New York’s energy storage industry conference opened.
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IPF24: How Best to Address OSW’s Effects on Fisheries
The offshore wind industry and its regulators are examining how best to limit impact on commercial fishing.
NY Reaches Deals for 2.4 GW of Onshore Renewables

New York state has reached tentative contracts with developers proposing 24 land-based renewable energy projects totaling nearly 2.4 GW of capacity.

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IPF24: Moving Offshore Wind Beyond Contract Cancellations
Stakeholders look at how best to move on from offshore wind contract cancellations.
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IPF24: New York Starts Another OSW Rebound
The leader of New York state's offshore wind initiative told the 2024 International Partnering Forum that the state is pushing forward after its setbacks and so should the industry. 
Albany Port District Commission
NY Offshore Wind Plans Implode Again
Three provisional contracts totaling 4 GW and constituting the entire result of New York's third offshore wind solicitation have been cancelled. 
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NY Won’t Meet Renewable Target, Industry Says at Summit
Industry speakers at the 2024 New York Energy Summit told attendees the state has already missed its goal of 70% renewable energy by 2030 even as state officials maintained their optimism. 
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Summit Attendees Receive Updates on NY Renewable Energy Efforts
Wind, storage, solar and hydrogen make advances and face challenges in New York state.
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Tangled Challenges of Building Decarbonization Examined at IPPNY Conference
Building decarbonization is at once critical for the environment, expensive for building owners and potentially taxing for the power grid.
Sunrise Wind, Empire Wind Tapped for New OSW Contracts

Two major New York offshore wind projects are getting back on track, with more-lucrative contract awards to replace their existing deals with the state.

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