July 21, 2024

Niagara Mohawk Power

NY Utility Thermal Energy Network Pilot Program Simmers
A year after New York ordered seven utilities to plan a series of thermal energy network pilot projects, none of the proposals is ready for regulatory consideration.
FERC Sets Niagara Mohawk Transmission Rate for Hearings
FERC set Niagara Mohawk's proposal to recover its small share of a larger public policy for hearings, as it was unable to determine whether the rate was just and reasonable.
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FERC Accepts Niagara’s Cost Recovery Plans, Orders Rate Proceeding
FERC approved Niagara Mohawk Power's construction recovery requests for the Smart Path Connect project and partly accepted its rate schedule revisions.
New York Utilities
NY Utilities Propose Plan to Coordinate Decarbonization Efforts
Seven N.Y. utilities filed a proposal aiming to help develop a "fully decarbonized electric system” by improving grid planning coordination among stakeholders.
FERC Rejects Niagara Mohawk Tx Cost Formula, ROE Adders
FERC nixed Niagara Mohawk Power’s proposed cost allocation and recovery for its share in the Smart Path Connect transmission project in upstate New York.
New York Open Data
FERC Approves ROFR for NY Transmission Upgrades
FERC ruled that New York TOs can exercise a right of first refusal for transmission upgrades without being bound by other developers’ cost caps.
National Grid
Large New York Consumers Oppose National Grid Transmission Upgrades
A group of large New York electricity consumers opposes National Grid’s development and cost recovery proposal for 19 transmission upgrade projects.
NY Utilities Diverge on Managed EV Charging
New York’s six local distribution companies split over whether to adopt “passive” or “active” approaches to managing electric vehicle charging
NYPSC Order Seeks to Refine, Standardize DR Programs
The New York Public Service Commission (NY PSC) voted to maintain current incentive payment rates for utilities’ demand response programs through 2017.
Demand Response for All Coming to New York
Expanded retail-level demand response programs will take effect as soon as July 1 in targeted areas of upstate New York.

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