Reforming the Energy Vision (REV)
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.
A draft of NYISO’s annual load and capacity forecast shows EV usage driving a 66% increase in New York’s projected baseline peak demand growth.
The evolving challenges of grid resilience and the past and future of New York’s REV took center stage at the 33rd Annual IPPNY Fall Conference.
Artificial intelligence, transmission needs and markets versus mandates topped the discussion at the Renewable Energy Conference in New York.
Industry stakeholders gathered in Albany for the Independent Power Producers of New York (IPPNY) Spring Conference for an update on the rapid changes in the state's grid.
The New York Public Service Commission approved a seven-year tariff for the Consolidated Edison (Con Ed) electric vehicle (EV) quick-charging station program and other REV initiatives.
New York regulators approved the state’s third community choice aggregation (CCA) program, by energy consultant Good Energy.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made clear that clean energy and the jobs it can create will continue to be a key part of his vision for the state’s future.
Consolidated Edison won FERC approval to recover its payments to distributed energy resources customers.
It’s time to focus on building individual renewable energy projects in NY, speakers said at the Alliance for Clean Energy New York’s 11th Fall Conference.
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