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.
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.
De Blasio's “80 by 50” emissions plan will require upgrading 14,000 buildings with new boilers, roofs, and windows to bring them up to peak efficiency. Read More.
New York has aggressive goals for renewable energy and reduced emissions. Reports on the Clean Energy Standard contain fundamental economic flaws. Read More.
The consequences of prematurely shuttering New York City’s single most important power plant, Indian Point, have not been sufficiently considered. Read More.
If Governor Cuomo wants to increase the amount that New Yorkers pay for power, he should at least be transparent about the costs. Read More.
Governor Cuomo and other advocates of renewable-energy solutions insist that New York State is on the way to eliminating its dependency on fossil fuels for generating electricity. Read More.
Governor Cuomo’s recent announcement that he will close the nuclear power plant at Indian Point is a major disservice to downstate New York energy consumers. Read More.
Governor Cuomo’s plan to generate half of New York State’s electricity from renewable sources in the next 13 years entails erecting 60-story wind turbines across 20,000 acres of upstate land. Read More.
The facts you need to know about the issues that matter most in New York.