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State senate investigates utilities

The New York State Senate’s Committee on Investigations and Government Operations has opened an investigation into the pricing and billing practices of utilities and...

After nearly 60 years, Indian Point nuclear power ends with reactor...

According to Entergy, Indian Point generated approximately 25% of the power consumed annually in New York City and the lower Hudson Valley.

Agreement reached allowing Charter Communications to remain in NY

Charter is required to provide broadband service to 145,000 upstate customers at an estimated cost of over $600 million, and to pay the state $12 million for other broadband projects.

Hearings set for Con Edison’s requested gas, electric rate hikes

The New York State Public Service Commission will be holding public hearings next week on the gas and electric delivery rate increase request that...

Stamford’s Charter Communications reaches accord with New York state

The roots of the dispute date back to 2016 when Charter signed a deal with the New York State Public Service Commission to gain approval of its purchase of Time Warner Cable.

Con Edison seeks gas and electric rate increases in Westchester, NYC

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.

Charter Communications facing ouster from New York State

“In the weeks leading up to an election, rhetoric often becomes politically charged,” the Stamford-based company said, referring to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s bid for a third term this fall.

March winter storms: Con Edison defends performance, acknowledges communication issues

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.

Electric capacity zone heads to federal court

A pricing plan that could up Hudson Valley electricity bills is heading to federal court based on lawsuits from a state agency and a Dutchess County utility.

Electric rates to spike due to new ‘capacity zone’

Hudson Valley businesses and residents will see increases of at least 4 percent on their utility bills due to a measure that went into effect Thursday.

Commission to investigate response to power outages; Con Ed apologizes

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order Nov. 13 to establish a commission to investigate the response, preparation and management of New York’s utility companies after Hurricane Sandy, five days after Consolidated Edison Inc. issued an apology for its response.

Greenburgh forms citizens committee

With many residents without power for almost two weeks, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner is looking for changes at Con Edison.

CH Energy shareholders OK purchase by Fortis

Shareholders of CH Energy Group Inc. have voted overwhelmingly to approve the purchase of CH by Fortis Inc., Canada’s largest investor-owned distribution utility. The transaction...