Energy News for the New York Market

Why the Northeast could soon rival California on energy storage

By: Elizabeth McGowan |

Experts say a recent FERC decision and falling prices are creating an opportunity for Northeast states to aggressively adopt energy storage.

While California and other solar-heavy states are leading on energy storage targets, experts say New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Maryland could quickly close the gap, with political support.

“Legislators […]

PSEG Long Island Upgrades The Grid To Protect Customers From Future Storms

By: Long Island News & PR |

PSEG Long Island has made significant improvements to the transmission and distribution infrastructure, storm process, technology and customer communications since Superstorm Sandy made landfall five years ago.
Superstorm Sandy and the Nor’easter that followed caused nearly all of the service territory’s 1.1 million customers to lose power. […]

2017-10-27T13:52:56-05:00October 27th, 2017|New York Market|

Electricity prices expected to be lower than average this winter, natural gas prices up slightly

By: wnypapers.com |

The New York State Public Service Commission on Thursday announced that, while the price of electricity this winter is expected to be lower than average, the price of natural gas will move slightly higher.

“The utilities serving New York state have adequate electric and natural gas supply and capacity to satisfy customer […]

2017-10-19T15:44:51-05:00October 19th, 2017|New York Market|