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Con Ed revenues, profits up in 2021

Con Edison reports increased revenues and net income for 2021. In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the utility reports 2021...

Hochul and state PSC jump aboard ‘criticize-Con Ed’ bandwagon

Gov. Kathy Hochul has now become the highest-ranking state official to join the chorus of criticism directed at Con Edison in the wake of its dramatic increases in electricity costs billed to its customers.

Con Ed criticized for dramatic hike in electricity charges

New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins of Yonkers and State Sen. Shelley B. Mayerhave sent a joint letter to Con Edison and...

Hochul calls for New Year return to New York offices

Speaking at yesterday’s breakfast meeting of the Association for a Better New York, Hochul issued a call for workers to come back in greater numbers after the New Year.

Public Service Commission approves sale of Indian Point

The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved the sale of Indian Point from Entergy to Holtec International subsidiaries, giving its nod of approval...

NY state reaches record $72M settlement with Altice over Isaias failures

The company will also spend $63.94 million to improve its planning for and response to future severe weather events.

Westchester to ask for more time before Con Edison starts natural...

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.

One year in, Westchester Power pushes a new era of clean...

Helping push Westchester’s power supply toward increased use of renewable, locally produced energy is the next part of the mission for Westchester Power.

Utilities, large solar developers offer net metering compromise

The proposal is one of several on how to value solar power.

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.

Canada-to-NYC power line receives environmental approval

The Department of Energy approves a 330-mile-long line that will bring hydro and wind energy from the Canadian border to Queens – and through the Hudson Valley.

New energy zone won’t be halted, but court battle rages on

A U.S. appeals court decides not to delay the rollout of a new pricing plan that would increase electric rates, but a legal challenge to the plan continues.

Cuomo’s REV plan looks to reduce energy use

A new program from the Public Service Commission is identifying ways to change the way electricity is used, bought and sold.

Con Edison utility rate freeze pending approval

An agreement to freeze Con Edison residential customers' utility rates for the next two to three years is pending approval.

State targets $165M for Green Bank launch

The governor's projected $1 billion Green Bank initiative is expected to spur private investment in clean energy markets.