1. Inside the REV: Audrey Zibelman's Bold Plan to Transform New York's Electricity Market

    Inside the REV: Audrey Zibelman's Bold Plan to Transform New York's Electricity Market

    Few people have the power to shape the makeup of the electricity system like a regulator. Well, Audrey Zibelman is not just any regulator. As the chairwoman of the New York Department of Public Service, Zibelman is pioneering what is perhaps the most significant overhaul of the electricity sector since deregulation in the 1990s. Known in the industry as the REV—short for Reforming the Energy Vision—the ambitious regulatory proceeding aims to “animate the markets,” as Zibelman repeatedly emphasized at the Solar Network Summit last week in Washington, D.C.

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