New York policymakers were very busy in 2017, working on pricing carbon into wholesale markets and facing down legal challenges to its nuclear subsidies. | StatoilRead More
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s new energy efforts will build on New York’s energy-related progress over the past year, which included a draft carbon pricing proposal, energy storage programs and new targets for offshore wind and energy efficiency. | © RTO InsiderRead More
The New York Public Service Commission voted unanimously to authorize state agencies to procure 800 MW of offshore wind energy by next year. | © RTO InsiderRead More
The New York Public Service Commission ordered the state’s utilities to open participation in their “value stack” programs to DER projects up to 5 MW. | NY DPS webcastRead More
NYISO continues to propose a cost-levelizing approach for allocating carbon charge residuals to load-serving entities. | NYISORead More
The Integrating Public Policy Task Force met for the last time before handing its final carbon pricing proposal to NYISO’s stakeholder governance process. | NY DPSRead More
NYISO is floating a proposal that would incorporate the cost of carbon into the ISO’s wholesale market by debiting each energy supplier a uniform carbon emissions charge as part of its settlement. | Brattle GroupRead More
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