New York City detailed its opinions on the state’s Clean Energy Fund—a pool of $5 billion to be collected on utility bills and used for clean energy investments—in a 36-page document filed with the NY Public Service Commission. While the city voiced its support for many of the initiatives proposed by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), overseer of the fund, city attorneys did suggest some tweaks. Among them, the NYC document noted that “the Commission should not forego opportunities to reduce {GHG} emissions by denying NYSERDA’s proposals to offer bridge incentives for certain technologies and customer segments.” For more information click here