More than 60% of New Yorkers said they approve of NYISO’s carbon pricing plan, according to a poll released by the ISO. | SCRIRead More
New York’s utilities are working with government officials and project developers to fine-tune the processes of state-mandated energy storage solicitations. | NYSERDARead More
New York’s battle against climate change must now focus on natural gas, Columbia Law School’s Michael Gerrard told attendees of IPPNY’s annual Fall Conference. | IPPNYRead More
The New York PSC approved an environmental impact statement on the additional renewable resources needed under the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. | Con EdRead More
More than 150 industry representatives, state officials, legal scholars and analysts attended the 35th annual Independent Power Producers of New York Fall Conference. | Brattle GroupRead More
New York’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2015 were virtually unchanged from 1990 levels, according to a newly published study that highlights the role of methane. | Journal of Integrative Environmental SciencesRead More
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