Policy Documents

PSEG Long Island Updated Utility 2.0 Plan

On October 6th, 2014,  in response to comments received by industry, stakeholder groups, the public and the Department of Public Service, PSEG Long Island, submitted an Updated Utility 2.0 Plan.  The Updated Plan, all comments submitted to DPS and other related documents can be found on the DPS website at http://documents.dps.ny.gov/public/MatterManagement/CaseMaster.aspx?MatterCaseNo=14-01299&submit=Search+by+Case+Number

 (10/10/2014)
NYSERDA’s Clean Energy Fund Proposal

On September 23rd, 2014, NYSERDA submitted its proposal for a new Clean Energy Fund (CEF), Pursuant to the PSC Order issued on May 8, 2014 .  In its proposal, NYSERDA seeks to establish a 10 year program that will work in coordination with other State efforts to advance cleaner, more resilient, and more affordable energy infrastructure.  The CEF is intended to  manage NYSERDA’s program approaches to better align with the market outcomes envisioned through the Reforming the Energy Vision (“REV”) proceeding.

 (9/23/2014)
NY-BEST's Comments on REV Straw Proposal

On September 22, 2014, NY-BEST submitted comments to the NYSPSC  on the Department of Public Service staff’s REV Straw Proposal. These comments reflect input received from NY-BEST members.

 (9/22/2014)
NY-BEST Comments on PSEG Long Island’s Proposed Utility 2.0 Plan

On July 1st, PSEG-Long Island released its proposed Utility 2.0 Long Range Plan. http://documents.dps.ny.gov/public/Common/ViewDoc.aspx?DocRefId={EC2ADDD2-5FE1-44A0-A6F2-36AC02B1F29A}    NYS PSC requested comments on the proposed plan and in response,  NY-BEST submitted comments to PSC.

 (8/28/2014)
Clean Energy Fund Proceeding Commenced

The NYS Public Service Commission (PSC) has commenced a proceeding to consider creating a Clean Energy Fund.  PSC commenced the Clean Energy Fund a proceeding (14-M-0094) in May 2014. The purpose of the proceeding is to examine ways in which the State’s clean energy funding programs (Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Systems Benefit Charge) can be made more efficient and can be deployed or redeployed to stimulate innovation and increase clean energy investment.  The PSC Clean Energy Fund proceeding is intended to complement and support the goals of the REV proceeding. NY-BEST will be providing comments to the PSC in this proceeding and we welcome member input.

 (8/24/2014)
Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) Straw Proposal

On August 22nd, 2014, the New York State Department of Public Service staff has issued a Straw Proposal for the Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) Proceeding.  Comments are due on the proposal to the PSC by September 22nd.  NY-BEST has been actively participating in the REV proceeding and will continue to do so. We welcome input from NY-BEST members.

 (8/22/2014)
NY-BEST comments submitted to NYS PSC – REV Proceeding, July 18th, 2014 (document 2)

NY-BEST supports the NYS PSC's efforts to transform New York's electric industry with the objective of creating market-based, sustainable products and services that drive an increasingly efficient, clean, reliable and customer-oriented industry.  NY-BEST envisions over the longer term the electric grid to be a bidirectional, transactive, and situationally-aware system.

 (7/18/2014)
NY-BEST comments submitted to NYS PSC – REV Proceeding, July 18th, 2014

NY-BEST supports the NYS PSC's efforts to transform New York's electric industry with the objective of creating market-based, sustainable products and services that drive an increasingly efficient, clean, reliable and customer-oriented industry.  NY-BEST envisions over the longer term the electric grid to be a bidirectional, transactive, and situationally-aware system.

 (7/18/2014)
PSC TO HOLD TECHNICAL CONFERENCE

REV Working Groups to Provide Feedback to Commission - The New York State Public Service Commission (Commission) today announced it will conduct a technical conference from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 10, 2014, in Meeting Room 6 on the Concourse located at the Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York. The primary purpose of the conference is to give the Track 1 working groups in case 14-M-0101, Reforming the Energy Vision, an opportunity to report their findings to the Commission. The conference is open to the public.

 (7/7/2014)
NYS Commences Reforming Energy Vision Initiative

NYS Governor Cuomo has unveiled plans for an energy modernization initiative that will fundamentally transform the way electricity is distributed and used in New York State. This unprecedented effort is intended to create the power grid of the future and forever change the way consumers buy and use energy. Under the direction of the state’s energy regulator, the NYS Public Service Commission,  the State has initiated a proceeding (Case 14-M-0101) that is intended to develop new policies to encourage and reward consumers to use new technologies to control energy usage. READ MORE>>

 (4/28/2014)

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