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The New York state's utilities regulator approved Con Edison's $1.2 billion reliable clean city project in Queens.
The project is key to the state's efforts in reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 85% of 1990 levels by 2050.
The clean city project is needed to maintain Con Edison's electrical system reliability and as points of interconnection for energy storage and future clean energy projects.
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https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/new-york-regulator-approves-con-edisons-12-bln-clean-city-project-2024-01-18/


  • johnte ndeto

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    This is very encouraging 💯

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    • CHRIS NGATIA

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      This is an ambitious goal

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      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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        The approval of Con Edison's $1.2 billion reliable clean city project in Queens by New York state's utilities regulator is a significant step towards achieving the state's ambitious greenhouse gas reduction goals. The project plays a crucial role in maintaining electrical system reliability for Con Edison while serving as essential points of interconnection for energy storage and future clean energy initiatives. This development underscores the importance of strategic investments in clean infrastructure to support both current and future sustainability objectives.

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        • Abraham Jok Atem

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          This is a clear effort in reducing greenhouse gas emissions

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          • Gorffly mokua

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            This is a promising and ambitious goal! Hope they will be able to implement this project in time.

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