Monthly Archives: April 2014

PSC looking to update regulation of New York energy markets

  In an order that uses the word “paradigm” in the very first paragraph, New York utility regulators are trying to figure out if they’re taking the right approach to new technology for delivering gas and electricity. If nothing else, … Continue reading

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Feds investigating New York’s winter electricity price surge

  Investigators from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission are looking into New York’s winter electricity price surge, Sen. Charles Schumer said today as he urged another agency, the Federal Trade Commission, to also start a probe. Schumer said he wasn’t … Continue reading

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Price surge over, but New York electric charges will spike again

  This winter’s punishing power price surge is over, and New York’s electric supply charges headed back to normal in March. This graph shows the default supply charge paid by a typical Con Edison residential customer for the last six … Continue reading

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