New York state has issued the roadmap for its first-in-the-nation school bus electrification program and is preparing to draw the first tranche from a $500 million pot of money to start carrying it out.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit seeking to block construction of the onshore portions of the South Fork Wind project.
Costs have spiraled as Beacon Wind 1 moves slowly through review; developer says it is impossible to finance under terms negotiated.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday announced plans to invest $500 million in offshore wind manufacturing and supply chain infrastructure.
Solar developers and industry experts expect projects that pair solar with storage to increase dramatically in New York over the next five years.
New York’s utilities are working with government officials and project developers to fine-tune the processes of state-mandated energy storage solicitations.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ordered the EPA to reopen a petition filed by New York, New Jersey and New York City into air pollution coming from upwind states.
Renewable energy experts and grid planners joined government officials to discuss how to address New York’s outdated transmission system.
NYISO stakeholders explored detailed assumptions and modeling descriptions for an upcoming study on transitioning the New York grid to a cleaner future.
Columnist Steve Huntoon criticizes New York's Green New Deal as imposing billions of dollars in costs on customers to pay for centrally planned projects.
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