May 23, 2024

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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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NY Energy Officials Optimistic About Transition Despite Slow Progress
Transmission development and siting reform were a central theme at the 2024 New York Energy Summit.
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Bumps on the Road to Net Zero Highlighted at EPSA Summit
While their net-zero emission targets might not kick in until the 2030s, the power industry already is dealing with the issues they create, panelists said at the Electric Power Supply Association’s Competitive Power Summit.
NYISO CEO Previews 2024 After ‘Successful’ 2023
NYISO CEO Rich Dewey highlighted efficiency improvements and the challenges of the continued electrification at the Jan. 31 MC meeting.
NYISO Management Committee Briefs: July 26, 2023
NYISO's Management Committee voted to not conduct another cost-of-service study to update rate schedule 1 allocations, while CEO Rich Dewey announced the ISO would search for a replacement for Ave M. Bie.
NYC to Fall 446 MW Short for 2025, NYISO Reports
New York City faces a 446-MW shortfall in 2025 because of plant retirements and the delayed completion of the Champlain Hudson Power Express, NYISO said.  
NYISO CEO Warns of Tightening Resource Adequacy
NYISO CEO Rich Dewey presented the ISO's annual Power Trends report, noting that shrinking reliability margins could force fossil fuel plant retirement delays.
NYISO CEO Delivers ‘State of the Grid’ to Management Committee
CEO Rich Dewey said NYISO is focused on transitioning the state’s grid from high-polluting resources to renewables without compromising reliability.
NYISO Slaps NextEra for Lobbying for OSW Tx Projects
NYISO rebuked NextEra Energy for attempting to lobby the grid operator to award it transmission projects to connect offshore wind projects to Long Island.
NYISO Investigating Tariff Changes to Improve Interconnection Processes
NYISO officials said Wednesday they will begin stakeholder discussions early next year on revising the interconnection process to make it more efficient.

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