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New York State Public Service Commission Grants Sustainable Westchester Access to Utility Energy

The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) announced a pivotal decision, authorizing Sustainable Westchester access to a treasure trove of necessary data for the state’s very first Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program. This is a significant milestone for New York’s CCA program, Governor Cuomo’s strategic Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) and, more generally, for […]

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New York State Public Service Commission Grants Sustainable Westchester Access to Utility Energy Data for the First Time in History – Data in public domain signals new levels of market transparency for consumer choice

The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) announced a pivotal decision, authorizing Sustainable Westchester access to a treasure trove of necessary data for the state’s very first Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program. This is a significant milestone for New York’s CCA program, Governor Cuomo’s strategic Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) and, more generally, for […]

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Sustainable Westchester Moving on Schedule With Community Choice Aggregation | The Hudson Independent

Sustainable Westchester Inc. is currently running on schedule for the project aimed at bringing lower utility rates to consumers in many municipalities in the county, including Tarrytown and Irvington. The project, Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), contracts with one or more default power suppliers for all residents and small businesses that will set gas and electric […]

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Clean-Energy Aggregation Opens States’ Imaginations | Clean Energy Finance Forum

By January 2016, New York’s Westchester County will procure clean energy for around 75,000 of its residents, according to Glenn Weinberg, manager of special projects at Joule Assets. Over 15 municipalities are banding together to aggregate their demand for cleaner power sources and lower their energy bills through competitive bidding. This demonstration project is the […]

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State approves Westchester power experiment | Politico

A group of energy advocates in Westchester scored a significant victory Thursday when the state Public Service Commission gave the green light for a contested plan to let towns and cities in the downstate county purchase their own power, bypassing a role utilities have played for decades… Read more via: http://www.capitalnewyork.com/article/albany/2015/02/8563054/state-approves-westchester-power-experiment

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