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CLP's Jennifer Metzger comments on the newly approved regulations that change the way solar customers are compensated for their power.
Mid-Hudson Streetlight Consortium and CLP submit a request to the PSC to eliminate the field survey fee charged when a municipality applies for street lights in new locations.
Kingstoncitizens.com hosts a forum on the proposed Pilgrim Pipelines. Panelists include CLP director, Jen Metzger.
Local leaders, including CLP's Jennifer Metzger, are opposing a PSC proposal that would change net metering rules for solar energy projects.
CLP, along with other organizations and individuals, help to establish Ulster County as a standard bearer for sustainability.
CLP urges the PSC to turn down a request that would allow utilities to charge per customer for information sought by CCAs.
CLP's Jennifer Metzger comments on the PSC order that would set the rules for municipality acquisition of streetlights.
CLP's Jennifer Metzger discusses the benefits of Community Choice Aggregation for Hudson Valley citizens.
At PSC hearing outlining New York's “Reforming the Energy Vision," speakers, including CLP's director, Jennifer Metzger, urged the PSC to focus efforts on renewable sources.
EOPNY officials, including CLP's Jen Metzger, advocate for a commitment of 50 percent renewable energy for the entire country by 2030.
Pilgrim Pipelines opposition grows from communities along the proposed pipeline corridor.
In order to publicize their "Reforming the Energy Vision" program, the PSC presented an information session in Kingston that allowed for comments by the attendees.
Community organizations join forces to host informational events on community solar and other energy localization projects.
Community organizations educate citizens on community solar, CCA, and other energy localization programs with a series of informational events.
The PSC will host two public hearings on the proposed Central Hudson rate increases.