A $63/ton carbon price could drive New York state’s clean energy penetration to as high as 64% of the state’s resource mix by 2025, according to a study released Tuesday. | Resources for the FutureRead More
Stakeholders debated a NYISO proposal to disqualify some holders of renewable energy credit contracts from getting paid carbon charges. | Institute for Local Self-RelianceRead 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
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. | NY Dept. of Public ServiceRead More
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