One World Trade Center Deemed Tallest Building In North America

Outcomes from Expanded Earning Opportunities, Information Access, and Competition Could Influence Utility Reform Nationwide Key Takeaways: The New York State Public Service Commission (NY PSC) Order to adopt a policy framework for ratemaking and revenue models aims to better align utility financial interests with consumer benefits The framework will add market-based platform earnings and outcome-based… Keep reading →

Riffgat Offshore Wind Farm Nears Completion

The DOI’s fourth competitive renewable energy lease sale on the Outer Continental Shelf has nearly doubled the federal offshore acreage available for commercial-scale wind energy projects.  Despite the expanded acreage, the U.S. offshore wind industry continues to face unique challenges of high costs, mitigation of environmental impacts, project installation, and grid interconnection, and continued federal offshore… Keep reading →

oil train

Industry stakeholders call for streamlined rail and pipeline permitting to sustain market impacts from oil and gas production when prices are low. Enhanced oil and natural gas transportation and storage infrastructure is needed to ensure the domestic energy revolution is sustained in the current period of low prices. Streamlining infrastructure permitting processes would aid investor… Keep reading →

Prices Of Rent For Office Space At One World Trade Reduced Amid Lack Of Demand

From launch of the New York Green Bank, New York Power Authority initiatives and energy leadership at the highest levels of state and local government, New York is working hard to ensure people have access to reliable, clean and affordable energy. These are some of the folks who help make that happen. Breaking Energy worked… Keep reading →

Wingsuit - New York

Whether designing advertising campaigns, building data sets for energy use or financing groundbreaking new generation technologies, the scope for partaking in the energy business in New York is huge. This list identifies those young people in energy who are already making it here in the energy business, and who show every sign of staying on… Keep reading →

Wingsuit - New York

Cities have taken an active role in promoting entrepreneurship through incubators and other programs, with New York City even more active than most. New York Energy Week itself is to some degree a child of the NYU-Poly incubator called NYC ACRE in downtown New York where the event series’ creators – EnerKnol – are located.… Keep reading →

Sunset Lines Up With Manhattan's Street Grid

The nimble startup company behind New York Energy Week is rapidly growing alongside the innovative event series it launched last year. New York Energy Week creators, Energy Solutions Forum, just completed a corporate rebranding, taking the new name EnerKnol (for energy knowledge) that better reflects their core mission and flagship offering. Breaking Energy recently interviewed… Keep reading →

Youth Rally For Change In Energy, Climate And Economic Policy

Ever tried to find out who is in charge when it comes to energy policy? With literally hundreds of agencies and regulators at everything from the local level through state and regions to DC-based policy-makers and even the President, the level of complexity when it comes to understanding energy policy isn’t just frustrating, it is… Keep reading →