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News stories tagged with "electric-power"

Tri-Lakes Look Forward to More Power

The New York Power Authority says planning for a new power line to the Tri-Lakes is almost complete. The $49-million project is designed to end chronic power problems in the area. Martha Foley has more.  Go to full article

Energy Deregulation in New York, Pt. 5

Karen Dewitt concludes her series on New York's electric industry - today - the future of deregulation, the building of new power plants, and will prices go higher?  Go to full article

Energy Deregulation in New York, Pt. 3

Does New York need more power plants or more energy conservation? Proponents of both building plants and conserving energy agree that some action will need to be taken very soon to avoid an energy shortage in New York. Karen Dewitt's third report in a five-part series on energy.  Go to full article

Energy Deregulation in New York, Pt. 2

Even in a deregulated energy market, there is still a need for government supervision. Governor Pataki's Public Service Commission has been spearheading the transition to deregulation but some state legislators complain the PSC has bungled the job. Karen Dewitt has this second report in a five-part series on energy deregulation in New York State.  Go to full article

Energy Deregulation in New York, Pt. 1

Karen Dewitt begins a five-part series on energy deregulation in New York State--what's working and what's not. Today she visits the new center of power in New York's power market, the New York ISO.  Go to full article

PSC Promotes Diesel Generators Despite Air Quality Concerns

The New York State Public Service Commission is promoting the use of more diesel generators at factories and other businesses this summer. As Karen DeWitt reports, environmentalists say that could cause more pollution.  Go to full article

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