1. NYPSC OKs Con Ed's Demand Management Program to Relieve NYC Overloads

    NYPSC OKs Con Ed's Demand Management Program to Relieve NYC Overloads

    The New York Public Service Commission on Thursday approved a plan by Consolidated Edison of New York to address overloads in Brooklyn and Queens through a $200 million program that will deploy distributed generation and demand-side management (DSM) in order to defer installation of a $1 billion substation until at least 2026. The commission said it was the first time New York has chosen to relieve congestion in “non-traditional” methods instead of authorizing construction of utility infrastructure.

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    1. Important and critical lessons will be learned as changes to traditional utility operations and ratemaking are explored, which are consistent with the core elements of the REV proceeding.
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