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SYRACUSE POST STANDARD | NY can lead the way on carbon pricing (Your letters)

Feb. 11, 2020 | We read with interest the recent commentary in support of a national carbon price (“Local action isn’t enough; we need carbon pricing to fight climate change,” Feb. 6, 2020). While there is no doubt a national approach would have a far greater impact, the likelihood of that happening in today’s political climate is slim. However, here in New York state we have a homegrown plan that is ready for implementation.

FORBES NEW YORK | Your Weekly Juice: Carbon Adders, Vehicle Bans, And Musk Sings

Feb. 11, 2020 | Here are the five energy stories from last week I selected as being particularly noteworthy.

PV MAGAZINE | SEIA backs carbon pricing for New York wholesale power

Feb. 06, 2020 | The solar trade association and seven solar developers have endorsed carbon pricing for wholesale electricity in New York, which would boost renewables and help New York meet its carbon goal.

E&E NEWS | Coalition pushes for carbon price, 100% clean energy

Feb. 05, 2020 | A new coalition of clean energy groups, utilities, labor organizations and environmentalists said this week it would campaign for a carbon price in New York, adding weight to a parallel push by the state's grid operator.

THE HILL | Carbon pricing proposal in New York provides path to nation's clean energy future

Feb. 04, 2020 | Across the country, policymakers at all levels of government are exploring initiatives to address climate change. New York State’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act remains one of the most ambitious, with its requirement that “the statewide electrical demand system will be zero emissions” by 2040.

POLITICO | New coalition set to push Cuomo on carbon pricing

Feb. 03, 2020 | A new coalition backed primarily by renewable generators and developers hopes to push Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration to back a price on carbon in the electric market.

ASSOCIATED PRESS | State faces calls to act more swiftly on climate change

Jan. 30, 2020 | New York state has set some of the nation’s most ambitious goals on fighting climate change, but some activists say it isn’t moving fast enough.

E&E NEWS | Grid Chief: Enact carbon price to reach 100% clean energy

Jan. 23, 2020 | New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's 2021 budget this week proposed $3 billion more in financial support to tackle the state's demanding clean energy goals, but the pledge hasn't quieted pressure for him to support a price on carbon, as well.

RTO INSIDER | NYISO Focus Turns to Grid 'Transition'

Jan. 12, 2020 | NYISO unveiled a plan to devote about one day a month in 2020 for stakeholders to discuss reliability and market issues related to the challenge of integrating clean energy resources.

ALBANY TIMES UNION | New York positioned to meet winter electricity demands, grid operator says

Nov. 21, 2019 | The weather outside may soon be frightful, but New Yorkers should have enough electricity this winter to meet peak demands, the state's grid operator said Thursday.

WALL STREET JOURNAL | States Don't Have to Wait for Congress to Put a Price on Carbon

Nov. 21, 2019 | A clear price signal on carbon can happen at the state level, according to WSJ Energy Expert Richard Revesz and Burcin Unel.

ELECTRIC ENERGY T&D MAGAZINE | 20 Years Later, NYISO Still Focuses on Innovation and Making a Difference

Nov. 01, 2019 | For the Q4, 2019 issue, we spoke with Richard J. Dewey, president and chief executive officer of the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO). With a background in IT and network services, Dewey joined the NYISO soon after it was formed in 1999 and has held several pivotal executive roles before becoming its leader earlier this year.

IEEE POWER & ENERGY MAGAZINE | Transformation of the Grid

Nov. 01, 2019 | Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) are unlocking new opportunities, and the grid is undergoing a dramatic transformation with unprecedented change.

WCNY Capital PressRoom | October 18, 2019: Carbon Pricing

Oct. 18, 2019 | The New York Independent System Operator has released their report on carbon pricing and its impact on New York State. Richard Dewey, President and CEO of NYISO, explained how carbon pricing works and the report’s findings.

CRAINS NEW YORK | Carbon pricing a key step forward on climate goals

Oct. 07, 2019 | A recently adopted state law requires New York to achieve a 100% emissions-free electric grid by 2040 and a carbon-free economy by 2050. They are the most aggressive climate change goals by any state in the nation.

UTILITY DIVE | Carbon price could allay 'astounding' cost to attain New York's zero carbon target: Report

Oct. 04, 2019 | Introducing carbon pricing into competitive wholesale power markets could provide billions of dollars in net economic benefits, the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) said Thursday.

POLITICO | Grid operator chief hopes Cuomo administration sees benefits of carbon pricing

Oct. 03, 2019 | The head of the state’s independent grid operator said he hopes Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration will take note of the potential of exporting carbon pricing beyond New York in considering whether to back the proposal. “You can’t really leave any tools in the toolbox if we’re really going to aggressively target these goals,” said New York Independent System Operator President and CEO Rich Dewey on a call with reporters.

ALBANY TIMES UNION | Carbon costs may be figured in future electric bills

Oct. 03, 2019 | A statewide wholesale carbon tax would initially cost consumers a few dollars more per month but it should lower prices over the long term, according to a report conducted for the organization that runs New York’s energy grid.

E&E NEWS | N.Y. grid operator: Carbon price could save $3B

Oct. 03, 2019 | New York's grid operator is making what amounts to a closing argument to policymakers in its bid to put a price on CO2 emissions from the power sector. In a final report being released today, the New York Independent System Operator says pricing CO2 would boost renewable energy development, encourage switching fossil fuel-based heating and cooling systems to electricity, and spur the expansion of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

S&P GLOBAL | NYISO CO2 emissions price could cut power sector gas use up to 7.8%: Analysis Group

Oct. 03, 2019 | Pricing carbon dioxide emissions into the New York Independent System Operator's wholesale power markets could reduce statewide gas use in the power sector up to 7.8% by 2030, analysis released Thursday said.

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