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NY-BEST Comments on PSEG Long Island’s Proposed Utility 2.0 Plan

On July 1st, PSEG-Long Island released its proposed Utility 2.0 Long Range Plan. http://documents.dps.ny.gov/public/Common/ViewDoc.aspx?DocRefId={EC2ADDD2-5FE1-44A0-A6F2-36AC02B1F29A}    NYS PSC requested comments on the proposed plan and in response,  NY-BEST submitted comments to PSC.

 (8/28/2014)
NY-BEST Comments on the Clean Energy Fund Information Supplement

On August 14th, 2015, NY-BEST provided comments to PSC on the Clean Energy Fund Information Supplement submitted to PSC by NYSERDA.

 (8/14/2015)
NY-BEST Comments on the Earnings Adjustment Mechanism and Scorecard Reforms Supporting the REV Initiative.

NY-BEST submitted these comments for clarification and to make recommendations to the PSC regarding stakeholder participation in the preparation of utility system efficiency EAM plans. These comments were related to Cases 14-M-0101 and 16-M-0429

 (11/9/2016)
NY-BEST Comments on the Large Scale Renewables (LSR) Options paper

On August 12, 2015, NY-BEST provided comments to PSC on the LSR Options Paper that was prepared by NYSERDA

 (8/12/2015)
NY-BEST comments on the NYISO Demand Curve Reset Process

To view this document, please click on the link in the title. 

 (11/22/2019)
NY-BEST Comments on the NYS DPS Staff White Paper on the Benefit Cost Analysis(BCA) in REV

On August 21, 2015, NY-BEST submitted comments to PSC on the DPS Staff White Paper  proposing a framework for the Benefit Cost Analysis in REV.

 (8/21/2015)
NY-BEST Comments on the Value of DER

On April 18, 2016, NY-BEST filed comments with the NYS PSC on the Notice seeking comments on an Interim Successor to Net Energy Metering and the Value of DER.

 (4/22/2016)
NY-BEST comments submitted to NYS PSC – REV Proceeding, July 18th, 2014

NY-BEST supports the NYS PSC's efforts to transform New York's electric industry with the objective of creating market-based, sustainable products and services that drive an increasingly efficient, clean, reliable and customer-oriented industry.  NY-BEST envisions over the longer term the electric grid to be a bidirectional, transactive, and situationally-aware system.

 (7/18/2014)
NY-BEST comments to the IRS on Notice 2015-70

The IRS issued a notice soliciting comments on the definition of certain property  and equipment qualifying for the energy credit under Section 48 of the Internal Revenue Code.

 (2/16/2016)
NY-BEST Policy Update

REV Updates, NYS Budget Highlights, Demand Reponse Tariffs, REV Market Design & Platform Technology Work Plan, REV Demonstration Projects

 (4/2/2015)

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