The immediate goal of this project is to identify research capabilities related to grid modernization at universities throughout the state. This effort is part of a larger initiative to organize and promote statewide smart grid-related research. The final version is now available for viewing, click above to learn more.
The New York State Public Service Commission (NYS PSC) took the bold step of launching the “Reforming the Energy Vision” (REV) proceeding in April 2014. They mapped an ambitious vision of the future for the state’s electricity system, giving more than 200 stakeholders the opportunity to participate in a collaborative process charting the “rules of the road” for the path forward.
Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced that $3.3 million has been awarded to seven research teams to develop technologies that add resiliency and efficiency to New York State's electric grid.
$40 Million Competition to Reduce Costs, Promote Clean Energy, Reliability and Resiliency
The purpose of the Consortium is to collectively harness the unique resources of New York State to help define and achieve its strategic Smart Grid vision; facilitate and enable timely, efficient, cost-effective Smart Grid developments; and serve as a model for the nation.
Joint Columbia University/NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering Center Funds Projects to Turn Cleantech Ideas into Businesses and Grow New York's Economy. Click here to read the press release.
RISE : NYC is a competition designed to identify and deploy creative new technologies and solutions to make New York City businesses more resilient to the impacts of future storms, sea level rise and other effects of climate change.
The energy industry is in transition. Technological innovation and increasing competitiveness of renewable energy resources, combined with aging infrastructure, extreme weather events, and system security and resiliency needs, are all leading to significant changes in how electric energy is produced, managed and consumed. New York State must lead the way to ensure these trends benefit the State’s citizens, whose lives are so directly affected by how electric energy is manufactured, distributed, and managed.
The long-term goal of modernizing New York’s electrical grid to improve reliability and resiliency,
lower long-term costs, and identify best practices to meet the evolving energy service needs of
consumers, will only be achieved through a collaboration of many different stakeholders who are
each responsible for different parts of the solution.
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as well as Industry ad Global Smart Grid news please click above.
As customer-owned distributed energy resources and smart grids transform electricity delivery and consumption, regulators are responsible for designing the new models driven by these trends. [...]
New York State’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) was cited as an example to others seeking to upgrade electricity distribution in an EnergyCollective.com article exploring [...]
The continuing development of smart grids is giving rise to huge amounts of data that utilities must manage. To help in this effort, a number [...]
When it comes to reaping the benefits of smart grids, the old adage that the ‘whole is worth more than the sum of its parts’ [...]
Join New York State Smart Grid Consortium, Princeton University, New York Power Authority, Con Edison and Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation at the Microgrid Development for Public & Private Sectors East Coast meeting taking place this March 2015 in New York.
New York State Smart Grid Consortium
Will Agate, LEED AP
Senior Vice President
Navy Yard Management & Development Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC)
Charles A. Freni, Jr.
Senior Vice President
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation
Edward Borer, PE, CEM, LEED AP
Energy Plant Manager
There are a variety of key activities now underway in New York State that are relevant to grid modernization.
Learn more about these activities by clicking here to read more about NY State Smart Grid Modernization.