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The White Plains Comedy Club had its premiere Sept. 20 in the lower level of the Z Prime Italian Steakhouse at 189 E. Post...
The New York State Public Service Commission will be holding public hearings next week on the gas and electric delivery rate increase request that...
Con Ed said that, subject to necessary approvals, the increase in pipeline capacity could go into effect by November 2023.
“The bottom line is this – we need to attract businesses and keep businesses here in Westchester County to keep our economy thriving," County Executive George Latimer said.
The proposed moratorium has flipped perception in Westchester’s largest cities, where elected officials say the loss of natural gas could turn boom to doom.
Con Edison and the state's top utility regulator took a verbal beating at the first public hearing on the utility's planned natural gas moratorium.
The state's approval comes weeks after the utility called for a moratorium on new natural gas hookups for most of its Westchester territory starting March 15.
The company expects the 375 kilowatt battery storage system to save money and reduce its reliance on the grid during days of peak demand.
County Executive George Latimer said that the county would request the state Public Service Commission delay Con Edison’s plan to stop accepting natural gas connections from new customers after March 15.
With the increase, the bill for a residential consumer in Westchester using 300 kilowatt hours would rise $6.10, to an average of $114 per month.
Plans by Con Edison for a moratorium on new natural gas connections in Westchester County has raised concern among public officials who fear that...
Part of that money was used for a new informational kiosk at Sprain Ridge Park in Yonkers. Con Edison has funded six new informational kiosks at county parks.
Winter Storms Riley and Quinn caused the second most outages in the company's history, behind only Hurricane Sandy. Con Edison was criticized along with other regional utilities for its response.
Liberty’s rates were lower, buyers were assured, but in many instances customers ended up with higher bills.
“We are going to force our utilities to change," Schumer said.