value of distributed energy resources (VDER)
Clean energy advocates and solar developers told New York officials to tweak the VDER tariff, not make new processes to sustain PV growth.
New York agencies hosted a technical conference on ways to advance commercial, industrial, and community solar development.
Four trends have emerged from the evolution of net energy metering rate design, an industry expert told state utility commissioners and their staff.
The New York PSC placed new restrictions and requirements on energy service companies, including enhanced eligibility criteria and scrutiny of practices.
The New York PSC granted the New York Power Authority a certificate of environmental compatibility and public need to rebuild transmission lines.
The New York PSC modified its VDER compensation policy and authorized $43 million in state funding for solar and community distributed generation projects.
New York officials, utilities and solar advocates are trading comments through the PSC on what constitutes appropriate compensation for DER capacity value.
The New York Public Service Commission ruled that JFK Airport could have a solar project up to 5 MW compensated under the VDER program.
The NY Public Service Commission (NYPSC) expanded the eligibility of distributed energy resources to be compensated under the state’s value stack tariffs.
To model the impacts of carbon pricing on dispatch, resource costs and emissions in its wholesale electricity market, New York would do well to start by estimating a social cost of carbon (SCC), experts told a state task force Monday.
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