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.
The Left's opposition to fracking has led them to encourage New Yorkers to cut down forests and burn them for heat. Read More.
Thanks to the Cuomo administration’s devout opposition to hydrocarbon extraction, Con Ed has announced that Westchester County is facing a shortage of natural gas. Read More.
Governor Cuomo wants to move a big chunk of New York’s electric grid offshore. Read More.
Following on an op-ed he wrote with the mayor of London calling on all cities to divest from fossil fuels, Mayor de Blasio announced that New York City will invest 2% of its pension funds in “climate change solutions.” Read More.
Mayor de Blasio had to make a trip home from his vacation in Canada earlier this month; then, to return to his summer break, he flew in an NYPD counterterrorism plane Read More.
Governor Cuomo has been pushing his environmental agenda for years. Now the governor wants to shut down what’s left of the state’s operating coal-fired power plants. Read More.
While power generation companies aren’t building wind and solar projects, Governor Andrew Cuomo wants the state to build and operate renewable energy power plants across the state. Read More.
Calls to divest from fossil fuel companies, so-called “socially responsible investing,” has ancillary costs. Read More.
Mayor de Blasio announced last week that New York City has filed suit against five major oil companies for having “caused” Superstorm Sandy. Read More.
The facts you need to know about the issues that matter most in New York.