How should New York balance the needs of energy consumers and the environment? Learn how the most complex policy decisions in energy economics affect you.
New York State continues to harass the fossil-fuel industry with litigation. (Photo: zodebala/iStock) Read More.
Senator Schumer wants to phase out gas-powered vehicles and transition quickly toward cars and trucks that run on electricity. (Photo: spyderskidoo/iStock) Read More.
Governor Cuomo has made a deal to purchase billions of dollars of wind-generated electricity from offshore turbine farms in order to meet his aggressive renewable-energy targets. Read More.
Following repeated interruptions in electrical service, public officials have blasted Con Edison for its failings. Read More.
Mayor de Blasio took the unusual step of ordering all high-rise office buildings to set their thermostats to 78 degrees. Read More.
Midtown Manhattan was cast into darkness for five hours Saturday night as the power grid experienced a failure that knocked out electrical transmissions to tens of thousands of customers. Read More.
Regulators at the New York Department of Environmental Conservation have repeatedly blocked permits for new natural gas pipelines and as a result, Con Ed has issued a moratorium on new gas connections in Westchester County. Read More.
The state legislature finished up its session last week having made good on a promise to pass as much of its far-left agenda as possible. Read More.
On Earth Day, Mayor de Blasio declared war on buildings, which he described as the city’s largest contributors to climate change. Read More.
The facts you need to know about the issues that matter most in New York.