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Marcy to New Scotland Electric Transmission Upgrade Project Case 19-T-0549
From March 3 to March 5, 2020, the Public Service Commission will hold a series of hearings along the route of the proposed Project where all those wishing to comment on the Applicants’ proposal will have an opportunity to make a statement on the record. An Administrative Law Judge will preside over the public statement hearings and the gathering of public comments.


Baron Winds Electric Generation Facility Case 19-E-0277

The Commission is holding a public statement hearing to accept public comments on whether granting the requested CPCN is in the public interest. Interested members of the public are invited to attend the hearing and provide comments regarding Baron Wind’s petition and whether the Company is ready and able to exercise its rights. This hearing is not an opportunity to discuss or reexamine the Siting Board’s decision.



Marcy to New Scotland Electric Transmission Upgrade Project 19-E-0739

On December 4, 2019, LS Power and the New York Power Authority filed a petition with the New York State Public Service Commission (Commission) seeking a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) under Section 68 of the New York State Public Service Law to construct and operate the Marcy to New Scotland Upgrade Project.The Commission is holding a public statement hearing to accept public comments on whether granting the requested CPCN is in the public interest. Interested members of the public are invited to attend the hearing and provide comments regarding the petition and whether the Joint Applicants are ready and able to exercise their rights.



Mohawk Solar, LLC Proposed Electric Generation Facility: Case 17-F-0182
On November 21,2019, the Chair of the New York State Board on Electric Generation Siting and the Environment determined that the Application complies with the Siting Board’s filing requirements. The date of January 15, 2020, has been set for a public statement hearing. Interested members of the public are invited to attend the public statement hearing and provide comments on the Mohawk Solar Application.


Winter Preparedness 2019-2020
Click on the above link for information on the resources available to help New Yorkers manage their heating costs this winter and ensure that consumers heat their home safely.


Bluestone Wind Project Electric Generation Facility: Case 19-E-0121
On September 18, 2018, Bluestone Wind, LLC (Bluestone Wind/Company) filed an application to construct a wind powered electric generating facility in the Towns of Sanford and Windsor, Broome County, New York. Bluestone Wind is seeking approval for the facility from the New York State Board on Electric Generation Siting and the Environment (Siting Board). Review of the application is ongoing. Public Statement Hearing has been scheduled.


New York State Electric & Gas Proposed Rate Request Cases 19-E-0378 and 19-G-0379
In May 2019, New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) requested that the New York State Public Service Commission (Commission) approve proposed increases in its electric and gas rates to take effect in April 2020. NYSEG serves over a million customers in several counties in upstate and western New York.


New York State Electric & Gas/Rochester Gas and Electric Proposed Rate Request Cases 19-E-0378/19-G-0379 and 19-E-0380/19-G-0381
In May 2019, New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) and Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation (RG&E) requested that the New York State Public Service Commission approve proposed increases in their electric and gas rates to take effect in April 2020. NYSEG and RG&E serve approximately 1,786,000 customers in 46 counties in upstate and western New York.


Brooklyn Union Gas Company d/b/a National Grid NY Proposed Rate Increase Proposed Rate Request Case 19-G-0309
On April 30, 2019, The Brooklyn Union Gas Company, doing business as National Grid NY, requested that the New York State Public Service Commission approve a proposed increase in its gas delivery rates to be effective March 28, 2020. National Grid serves approximately 1.2 million customers in Brooklyn, Staten Island and Queens, New York. Please click above for more information, and a schedule of public statement hearings.


KeySpan Gas East Corporation (d/b/a National Grid) Proposed Rate Request Case 19-G-0310
On April 30, 2019, KeySpan Gas East Corporation, doing business as National Grid, requested that the New York State Public Service Commission approve a proposed increase in its gas delivery rates to be effective March 28, 2020. National Grid serves approximately 567,000 customers in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Please click above for more information, and a schedule of public statement hearings.


In the Matter of a Program to Encourage Clean Energy in Westchester County Case 19-M-0265
Please Take Notice that public comment is sought regarding the establishment of a consumer awareness campaign to encourage the installation of renewable energy and energy efficiency resources in the county of Westchester.


Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. Case 19-E-0065 & 19-G-0066
In January 2019, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. requested that the New York State Public Service Commission approve proposed increases in its electric and gas rates. Con Edison serves approximately three and a half million customers in New York City and Westchester County.


Deep Water South Fork Export Cable Project Case 18-T-0604
In September 2018, Deepwater Wind South Fork, LLC filed an application with the Public Service Commission to construct, operate and maintain the South Fork Export Cable (SFEC) Project. The SFEC Project would connect the proposed South Fork Wind Farm, located in federal jurisdictional waters east of Montauk Point, to the existing mainland electric transmission and distribution system in the Town of East Hampton, Suffolk County.


Suez Water New York Inc. Proposed Rate Increase and Merger Case 19-W-0816
In March 2019, Suez Water requested the New York State Public Service Commission (Commission) approve proposed increases in its water service rates. The Company subsequently filed a petition seeking to consolidate all four of its New York operating units into one entity called Suez Water New York, Inc (SWNY/Company). Suez Water requested that the Commission consider the two petitions together for a common record and schedule.


National Grid Pipeline E37 Reliability & Resiliency Project Case 19-T-0069
In February 2019, National Grid filed an application with the New York State Public Service Commission seeking approval to construct and operate the proposed Pipeline E37 Reliability and Resiliency Project (the Project). The Project would include a new 7.3-mile long, 16-inch diameter natural gas transmission pipeline. The proposed Project would be located in the Town of Bethlehem in Albany County and Towns of East and North Greenbush in Rensselaer County.


In the Matter of Utility Preparation and Response to Power Outages During the March 2018 Winter Storms- Case 19-M-0825
Public Statement hearings scheduled for March 2018 Winter storms.


Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) - Case 14-M-0101
This fact sheet contains information about Govornor Andrew M. Cuomo's initiative to spur clean energy innovation, bring in new investments, and improve consumer choice while protecting the environment and energizing New York's economy.


Clean Energy Standard - Case 15-E-0302
This fact sheet contains information about Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's directive to the New York State Department of Public Service (DPS) to develop a Clean Energy Standard (CES) and to meet the State Energy Plan’s 50% renewable energy by 2030.



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