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  • 2012 State Legislative Wrap-Up

    The State Legislature concluded the 2012 regular legislative session June 22, 2012 with little suspense and on time. This was due in part to agreements reached between Governor Cuomo and the legislature earlier in the year on most major items including, pension reform, casino gambling, and legislative redistricting.

  • Elected Officials Praise Con Edison

    At a post-Hurricane Irene press conference on September 6, 2011, New York State Assemblyman Rory I. Lancman and New York City Councilman James F. Gennaro praised Con Edison employees for work done safely after Hurricane Irene.

  • September 13th Primary Election Results

    The State Legislature concluded the 2012 regular legislative session June 22, 2012 with little suspense and on time. This was due in part to agreements reached between Governor Cuomo and the legislature earlier in the year on most major items including, pension reform, casino gambling, and legislative redistricting.

  • Senate Energy Committee Agenda for Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

    The Senate Energy & Telecommunications Committee will hold its second meeting of the 2012 legislative session on Tuesday, January 31st. The committee will consider a bill that directs the Department of Labor to conduct a study on trends in the workforce supporting the generation and transmission of power. The bill S.5085 (attached) is sponsored by Senate Energy Committee Chairman George Maziarz (R-Niagara), and cosponsored by Assembly Energy Committee Chairman Kevin Cahill (D-Kingston).

  • President Obama's State of the Union Address – Energy Issues at the Fore

    In his State of the Union address this week President Obama made the case for producing more of the United States' energy supplies domestically and pursuing an "all-of-the-above" approach to further bolster the economy and national security.

  • Report by Manhattan Borough President Stringer Supports Installation of Solar Panels

    Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer issued a report this week (attached) which concludes that the installation of solar panels on the roofs of New York City public schools could produce thousands of new jobs, and clean energy for the City. "Solar energy installations and public schools are a perfect match," said Stringer. "This is an idea whose time has come--a cost-effective, sensible program that will create jobs, lower energy bills and save tax dollars for decades to come."

  • PlaNYC 2.0

    In April 2011, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the release of PlaNYC 2.0, the updated version of the ambitious plan first issued in 2007 to reduce New York City's greenhouse gas emissions and make the city a leader in sustainability. The plan's long-term goals include creating more parks and open spaces, expanding our vital mass transit network, and reducing New York City's carbon footprint by 30% by the year 2030. Since 2005, citywide greenhouse gas emissions are down 12% and city government's emissions are down nearly 5% in the last fiscal year.