REV RELATED PROCEEDINGS


    Community Choice Aggregation (Case 14-M-0224): Proceeding to examine implementation of Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Programs to support REV goals. CCA allows local governments to procure energy supply services for residents.
      Community Net Metering (Case 15-E-0082, Notice): Proceeding to examine development of Community Net Metering and seeking comments on Department of Public Service staff straw proposal outlining a potential framework for implementation of community net metering.
        Clean Energy Fund (Case 14-M-0094): Proceeding to consider development of a Clean Energy Fund, reinforcing New York’s commitment to accelerate the growth of the clean energy economy, to provide long term funding certainty to local businesses and significant flexibility to the administration of the State’s clean energy programs. The CEF is one component of REV.

        NY Green Bank: (http://greenbank.ny.gov/) A state-sponsored, specialized financial entity working in partnership with the private sector to increase investments into New York’s clean energy markets, creating a more efficient, reliable and sustainable energy system.
          Dynamic Load Management (Case14-E-0423): Proceeding initiated in December 2014 to develop Dynamic Load Management programs, including Demand Response, which can provide a number of system and public policy benefits consistent with the REV objectives, including reliability, economic, and environmental benefits.
            Distributed Energy Resources Oversight (Cases 15-M-0180, 15-M-0127): Initiative to discuss rules regarding Commission regulation and oversight of Distributed Energy Resource (“DER”) providers and products, and to discuss and develop proposals for new eligibility criteria for Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) providing service in New York State
              Large-Scale Renewables (Case 15-E-0302): Proceeding to raise net metering minimum caps and to address remote net metering, a billing mechanism that credits customers who produce their own renewable energy, such as solar power.
                Low Income Affordability (Case 14-M-0565): Proceeding to examine programs for addressing energy affordability for low income utility customers, to evaluate the effectiveness of current low income program designs, and to identify any improvements that are warranted.
                  Net Metering (Case 14-E-0151, 14-E-0422): Proceeding to raise net metering minimum caps and to address remote net metering, a billing mechanism that credits customers who produce their own renewable energy, such as solar power.

                  Utility Energy Efficiency Programs (Case 15-M-0252): Proceeding authorizing electric utilities to provide energy efficiency programs in 2016 and establishing a new framework within which energy efficiency portfolios in subsequent years would be proposed, authorized, and implemented.