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Electricity Outlook: Powering New York City’s Economic Future

Posted by Content Coordinator on Tuesday, June 16th, 2009


“New York City will need between 6,000 to 7,000 megawatts (MW) of new electricity resources over the next twenty years to satisfy the demands of the comprehensive residential and commercial development proposed Citywide, and to support continued economic growth and increasing population. New York City will not be able to assure its competitive position and achieve projected growth without new electric generation capacity, transmission and distributed resources. A robust and reliable energy infrastructure is essential for the future economic well being of the City. A critical threshold looms for the years 2010-2015, when projected electric capacity requirements for New York City and Long Island could fall “substantially below” the Statewide criteria, according to the December 2005 report of the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO)...”

Electricity Outlook

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