Orange & Rockland Utilities
Six utilities have indicated they will apply for federal loans and grants totaling roughly $900 million made available from the IIJA and IRA.
The NYPSC ruled on its first major electric rate case since the pandemic struck, approving three-year phased increases for NYSEG and RG&E.
Four of New York’s utilities will collectively see their revenues reduced by $7 million for failing to meet reliability and customer service requirements.
New York regulators authorized utilities to spend $31.6 million to build fast-charging EV stations and recover costs from ratepayers over seven years.
The New York Public Service Commission (NY PSC) voted to maintain current incentive payment rates for utilities’ demand response programs through 2017.
The NYPSC declared a public policy need for $1.2 billion in transmission upgrades and recommended finalists to make competitive bids to NYISO.
New York utilities challenged an order by regulators to temporarily remove the 6% cap on net metered solar-powered systems.
NYPSC staff recommended that three transmission developers move to the next stage in its initiative to eliminate bottlenecks for downstate load centers.
New York utilities have filed 15 demonstration projects for consideration under the state’s Reforming the Energy Vision initiative.
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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