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NYSEG starts circuit upgrade project for Pound Ridge, Lewisboro customers

The work is located in the southeastern area of the towns near the Connecticut border.

United Westchester report calls for better post-storm performance from utilities

https://youtu.be/pNHk-woSq2g A shopping list of failures by utilities in responding to storms is contained in a just-released report by United Westchester, a coalition of local,...

Storm cleanup continues as Con Ed reports $201M quarterly earnings

Con Edison reported it had adjusted earnings of $201 million or $0.60 a share for the second quarter of 2020.

Westchester officials recommend Con Ed, NYSEG rethink reliance on mutual aid,...

In a 41-page report on the utility storm response, Westchester County elected officials called for the companies to make some changes.

Schumer calls for federal investigation of area power outages

“We are going to force our utilities to change," Schumer said.

Con Edison offering reimbursements for spoiled food and medicine

Business owners are eligible for food spoilage reimbursements up to $10,200, with receipts.

Latimer ‘tired of excuses,’ calls for resignations of Con Ed, NYSEG...

“Along with both presidents stepping down, I would also like a clean sweep of senior management, and I want a new philosophy adopted," the county executive said.

Cuomo calls for investigation of Hudson Valley utilities as outages linger

“These storms have now become the rule rather than the exception and they have to have the capacity to quickly restore power,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said of utility companies.

Con Edison, NYSEG scramble to restore power amid criticism

ConEd said the majority of the county will have power by Tuesday night. County Executive George Latimer said Monday that the utility was "unprepared."

Utilities in appeals court over electric capacity zone

Three electricity providers head to federal appeals court, looking to terminate a pricing plan that increased Hudson Valley power rates by 6 to 10 percent.

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.

Elected officials blast utility companies

As power outages enter into their second week, elected officials are turning up the heat on Con Edison of New York, Inc. and New York State Electric and Gas Corporation (NYSEG).

More than 2 million without power in NY

As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, more than two million New York residents were still without power after Hurricane Sandy swept through the region overnight.

Task Force receives trove of energy infrastructure proposals

Eighty-five developers, utilities and other entities responded to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s call for ideas to revitalize the state’s aging energy infrastructure, with the respondents...