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POLITICO New York Energy, presented by the Independent Power Producers of New York: Cuomo's big energy decision; advanced metering initiative

By David Giambusso and Scott Waldman

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CUOMO’S NEXT BIG ENERGY DECISION — POLITICO New York’s Scott Waldman: The state is expected to weigh in by month's end on one of the biggest environmental actions Gov. Andrew Cuomo has faced since his fracking ban: a long-delayed decision on the proposed Constitution natural gas pipeline. Insiders have said the decision could go either way at this point, and whichever way the Department of Environmental Conservation rules could offer a glimpse of its other pipeline decisions to come.

--Bernie Sanders wants Cuomo to reject the proposed pipeline and press General Electric to conduct further cleanup of the Hudson River. Sanders' presidential campaign released statements Monday on those two key positions as the Vermont senator tries to close a double-digit gap in the polls with Hillary Clinton.

--The president of the Laborer’s International Union of North America argues New York needs energy infrastructure like the Constitution pipeline to keep up with demand, and pushes back on Sanders’ claim that banning fracking won’t harm the environment.

--An opinion piece in the New York Times by Karenna Gore, director of the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary and the daughter of former Vice President Al Gore, argues that Constitution “promises benefits it can’t deliver, and will bring costs it neglects to calculate — to water, wildlife, family farms, tourism and, yes, the earth’s atmosphere.”


SOLAR NOT SELLING IN NYC — Bill Sanderson for POLITICO New York: “Solar power is proving a tough sell in New York City, despite its potential to give residents a break from Con Edison’s high electricity prices.”

L.I. BIDS GOODBYE TO SOLAR REBATE — Newsday's Mark Harrington: “A popular rebate program that helped subsidize tens of thousands of solar energy systems on Long Island ended this weekend after state funding for the region’s portion of the program officially ran out.”

** A message from the Independent Power Producers of New York: Interested in New York’s Clean Energy Standard? Check out IPPNY’s 30th Annual Spring Conference on May 10 & 11 at the Desmond Hotel and Conference Center in Albany! This year’s conference not only features a panel discussion on the Clean Energy Standard, but the Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as our keynote speaker! Do not miss out! See our full agenda here! **


--Students activists at Columbia University and New York University have occupied parts of campus administrative buildings, demanding the universities divest their endowments of fossil fuels.

--Delaware County will tax commercial solar farms.

--Salon profiles Josh Fox’s new climate change film, heavily informed by his formative years fighting fracking in New York.

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RGGI RAIDS CONCERN CLEAN ENERGY SUPPORTERS — Bloomberg’s Gerald B. Silverman, Martha Kessler and Adrianne Appel:

HOW CHEAP DOES SOLAR NEED TO GET? — Vox’s Brad Plumer: “A provocative recent essay in Nature Energy by two solar analysts, Varun Sivaram and Shayle Kann, argues that solar still has some hard economic obstacles to overcome before it can become a major energy source and provide (say) one-third of our power.”

SNYDER TO DRINK FLINT WATER FOR A MONTH — David Eggert of The Associated Press: “Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder will drink Flint water at home and at work for at least a month to show to residents it is safe with the use of a faucet filter, he said Monday.”

DESTINY WATFORD VS. THE INCINERATOR — The Baltimore Sun’s Scott Dance: “When Destiny Watford was 16, she watched a play that warned about the perils of pollution that hit so close to home, she had to do something.”

GOP SENATORS SHUTTER FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE AFTER REPORT — International Business Times’ David Sirota: “The Republican leaders of the House and Senate energy committees have shuttered a controversial joint fundraising committee that let them vacuum in fossil fuel industry cash as they oversaw the federal government fossil fuel policy.”

SAUDI ARABIA: POLITICS AND OIL POLICY — The Wall Street Journal's Bill Spindle and Summer Said: “Saudi Arabia’s decision over the weekend to refuse to freeze oil output and then to blame the move on its geopolitical rival, Iran, indicates a heightened willingness in the kingdom to mix politics and oil policy.”


--“Oil prices careened wildly on Monday after the collapse of talks aimed at capping production left investors at odds over what factors will dominate trading in the weeks ahead,” The Wall Street Journal’s Nicole Friedman reports.

--Natural gas got a boost from cooler weather forecasts over the next two weeks, The Journal reports.

** A message from the Independent Power Producers of New York: Don’t miss out on your chance to meet the Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Norman Bay! Hear from Norman Bay as he provides insights and gives his perspective on the state of energy markets in the northeast. This year’s program also features Brad Jones, the new President & CEO of the New York Independent System Operator, and a panel discussion on New York’s Clean Energy Standard which seeks to increase the state’s renewable energy portfolio. IPPNY conferences regularly attract well over 150 energy industry executives, policy makers and members of the financial and legal communities. To make sure you are part of the discussion, Register Today! **

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