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Tag Archives: NYPSC

NYPSC Clarifies Clean Energy Standard (“CES”) and Commences First Compliance Year

Posted in Renewables
On August 1, 2016, the New York Public Service Commission (the “NYPSC” or “Commission”) issued an Order Adopting a Clean Energy Standard (CES Order).[1]  In the CES Order, the Commission adopted the State Energy Plan (“SEP”) goal that 50% of New York’s electricity is to be generated by renewable sources by 2030 as part of a… Continue Reading

The Utility as a Distribution System Platform: NYPSC Issues Order in REV Proceeding to Establish A New Paradigm for Utilities, Customers, and Distributed Energy Resources

Posted in Electric Power, Rulemakings
In an important order (“Order”) issued on May 21, 2016 in its Reforming the Energy Vision (“REV”) proceeding, the New York Public Service Commission (“NYPSC”) announced the details of a new paradigm to govern the relationship among utilities, customers, and distributed energy resources (“DERs”).[1] In this new framework, utilities are to play an important role… Continue Reading

NYPSC Set to Adopt Clean Energy Standard Aimed at 50% Renewables Goal

Posted in Renewables, Rulemakings
The New York State Energy Plan (“SEP”) calls for 50% of all electricity used in New York State by 2030 to be generated from renewable energy sources (the “50 by 30 Goal”). Additionally, the SEP sets aggressive 2030 targets for emissions (40% reduction in greenhouse gas from 1990 levels) and energy efficiency gains (23% reduction… Continue Reading

New York Public Service Commission’s ESCO Order Set for Preliminary Injunction Hearing

Posted in Litigation, Rulemakings
On May 20, 2016, a state Supreme Court judge in New York is tentatively set to hear arguments regarding a request for preliminary injunctive relief with regard to the “Order Resetting Retail Energy Markets And Establishing Further Process,” issued on February 23, 2016 (the “ESCO Order”) by the New York Public Service Commission (“NYPSC”).   While… Continue Reading