New York renewables budget
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Comments are due todayon the joint proposal from Con Edison and Department of Public Service staff to raise the utilitys rates.
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NY Renews is pushing for a $1 billionfund to support the states transition off fossil fuels.
TheBoard of Public Utilities unveiled models that envision New Jersey's clean energy future at the least cost to the state.
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NY RENEWS BUDGET ASK POLITICOs Marie J. French: The labor and environmental coalition NY Renews is calling on the state to create a $1 billion annual fund to accelerate New York's transition to renewable energy. The coalition has asked Gov. Andrew Cuomo to include funding for what it calls a "Climate and Community Investment Fund" in his budget proposal in January. The money would be spent on several priorities, including direct investments in renewables, mass transit, building electrification, environmental justice community projects, assistance to workers and communities when fossil fuel....