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WWTI | New York electricity supply expected to meet summer demand

May. 27, 2022 | New York is preparing to meet summer electricity demands. To address concerns, the New York Independent System Operator reported on May 27 that the State’s electricity supplies are expected to be adequate this summer.

PRESS RELEASE | New York’s Electric Grid Prepared to Meet Summer Demand

May. 27, 2022 | NYISO Cautions Future Reliability Concerns Remain Rensselaer, NY -- The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) today reported that electricity supplies in New York State are expected to be adequate this summer, with a total of 41,049 megawatts (MW) of power resources available to meet forecasted peak demand conditions.

RTO INSIDER | NYISO Business Issues Committee Briefs: May 19, 2022

May. 23, 2022 | The NYISO Business Issues Committee approved revisions to the Ancillary Services Manual and ICAP Manual, and discussed FERC's approval of its BSM rules.

UTILITY DIVE | FERC approves NYISO plan to end 'buyer-side mitigation' for clean energy resources

May. 11, 2022 | The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Tuesday approved the New York Independent System Operator’s proposal to exempt clean energy resources from buyer-side mitigation, or BSM.

ENERGY CENTRAL | New York ISO President and CEO Discusses Renewable Energy Growth, Transmission

May. 03, 2022 | In the latest episode of the American Public Power Association's Public Power Now podcast, Richard Dewey, President and CEO of the New York Independent System Operator, discusses the dramatic growth in renewable energy seen in the state and detailed the grid operator’s role in relation to the development of new transmission projects in the state.

RTO INSIDER | NYISO ‘Laser-focused’ on Gas System Performance for Winter

May. 02, 2022 | NYISO made it through last winter without any problems — and without any power from coal generation or the Indian Point nuclear plant, ISO officials reported.

PRESS RELEASE | NYISO Promotes Deneen Byrne to Vice President of Human Resources

Apr. 29, 2022 | Rensselaer, NY – The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) today announced the promotion of Deneen Byrne to Vice President, Human Resources, effective April 1, 2022. Ms. Byrne will report directly to Rich Dewey, President and CEO of the NYISO.

AMERICAN PUBLIC POWER ASSOCIATION | Grid Operators Across U.S. Report New Renewable Energy Records

Apr. 19, 2022 | New renewable energy records were recently set across the U.S., grid operators overseeing organized wholesale power markets in the U.S. said.

RTO INSIDER | NYPSC OKs 2 Huge Clean Energy Projects for New York City

Apr. 14, 2022 | New York regulators approved two 25-year state contracts to buy electric power from the Clean Path New York and the Champlain Hudson Power Express projects.

AMERICAN PUBLIC POWER ASSOCATION | Report Says New York Is On Track To Meet Its Energy Storage Targets

Apr. 13, 2022 | New York is on track to reach the energy storage goals the state set in 2018, according to an updated report released by the Department of Public Service (DPS).

ENERGY STORAGE NEWS | New York energy storage interconnection queue reaches 12GW, double the state’s 2030 target

Apr. 05, 2022 | The Department of Public Service (DPS) has issued its third ‘State of Storage’ annual report detailing the state’s progress in meeting its 2030 deployment goal, which was doubled in January from 3,000MW to 6,000MW.

S&P GLOBAL | New York reaches record solar power production peak of 2,328 MW

Apr. 05, 2022 | The New York Independent System Operator said March 29 that about 750 MW of incremental behind-the-meter solar power capacity has been added over the past year, helping the state recently set a record high of 2,328 MW of BTM meter solar output.

PRESS RELEASE | State Sets New Record for Behind-the-Meter Solar Production

Mar. 29, 2022 | Rensselaer, NY – The New York ISO today reported that the addition of about 750 megawatts (MW) of new behind-the-meter (BTM) solar facilities over the past year helped the state set a new record for BTM solar production. Clear skies, bright sun, cool temperatures, and leafless trees could lead to additional BTM records through the Spring.

PRESS RELEASE | NYISO Releases Second Episode in #GridOfTheFuture Series: How Reliability Happens

Mar. 24, 2022 | Rensselaer, NY – The New York ISO today released episode two in its ongoing #GridOfTheFuture video series, titled, “How Reliability Happens.” Episode two takes a close look at how the NYISO operates the bulk electric system to the strictest reliability rules in the nation and the governing bodies that determine those rules.

RTO INSIDER | NYISO Files BSM Compliance, Extension Request

Mar. 22, 2022 | NYISO submitted a compliance filing to establish a proposed date for enhancements to its BSM rules and requested an extension to submit tariff changes.

UTILITY DIVE | FERC approves proposal giving New York's utilities right of first refusal for certain transmission upgrades

Mar. 14, 2022 | Rejecting arguments by New York agencies and LS Power, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday unanimously approved a proposal by New York's grid operator that allows incumbent utilities to build certain transmission upgrades planned by third-party transmission developers.

ALBANY TIMES UNION | Climate battle will transform how we live and work in the Capital Region

Mar. 13, 2022 | Even if you don't believe in climate change — or want to ignore the fact that the planet is facing an existential environmental threat that if left unchecked will lead to serious health and social trauma — you're going to have to deal with it.

CNY JOURNAL | NYISO Appoints Markham as VP of Operations

Mar. 10, 2022 | The New York Independent System Operator has appointed Aaron Markham as Vice President of Operators.

RTO INSIDER | NYISO Launches 2022 Grid Planning Study

Mar. 07, 2022 | NYISO presented stakeholders with a plan to clarify by year-end what increasing amounts of renewable energy mean for the grid over the next decades.

CHEDDAR NEWS | How NYC Lights Up More Than 1,000,000 Building - NYC Revealed

Mar. 03, 2022 | Keeping the lights on in New York City is no easy task. New Yorkers demand billions of watts of electricity per day, much more than the city itself can produce. As New York moves towards a greener future, generating this vast amount of electricity will require rethinking how the city generates its energy.

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