• Who We Are
    IPPNY is a trade association representing companies in the competitive power supply industry in New York State.
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    Power producers are selling electricity to utility companies at a record low. So why aren't you seeing a big decrease in your electric bill? Because electricity is not all you're paying for. Find out what goes into your electric bill now!


IPPNY's mission is to assist our member companies in becoming the premier providers of electricity in New York State.


IPPNY strongly opposes Parts FF and GG of A.9508 / S.7508. This Budget language would significantly expand the New York Power Authority’s (NYPA or Authority) authority to provide energy-related projects, programs and services and to develop, own and operate new renewable electric generating facilities in the State. This Budget language could result in higher costs for energy consumers and sends the wrong signal to the private sector whose investment is critically needed to meet the State’s renewable energy, energy storage, and emission reduction goals.
S.5175-B (O’Mara) – AN ACT to amend the public lands law, in relation to the authority to     grant property rights   The Independent Power Producers of New York, Inc. (IPPNY) is a trade association representing companies involved in the development of electric generating facilities, the generation, sale, and marketing of electric power, and the development of natural gas facilities in the State of New York. IPPNY Member companies produce approximately 75 percent of New York’s electric power by utilizing cutting-edge technologies and a diversity of fuel types at facilities within this state, such as wind, hydro, cogeneration, nuclear, coal, oil, landfill gas, natural gas, and biomass.
With the announcement earlier this year that the Indian Point Energy Center will cease operations in 2021, the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) began conducting a Deactivation Assessment to determine whether the facility’s retirement will result in a reliability need for the system. The Deactivation Assessment, released today, found that New York will have enough resources available when Indian Point retires, assuming planned resources come online.


Anti-wind project POWER coalition emerges
Niagara Gazette - February 22, 2018

County Legislators Urge NY Gov. To Halt Fracked Gas Plant, Seek Clean Energy Instead
WAMC - February 22, 2018

Brattle Group analyzes FERC ISO/RTO storage order
Power Markets Today - February 23, 2018

Controversial NJ nuclear bill advances, now with green subsidies adding to cost increases
North Jersey - February 22, 2018

DOE crafting energy resiliency planning, operating model
SNL - February 21, 2018

Local opposition complicates wind projects
ClimateWire - February 22, 2018

Nuclear Reactors Could Run as Long as 80 Years Under Trump Plan
Bloomberg - February 21, 2018

ConEd's hybrid service model for large microgrid could become standard
Utility Dive - February 21, 2018

FERC order opens 'floodgates' for energy storage in wholesale markets
Utility Dive - February 20, 2018

DOE official: Agency will not use emergency authority to save uneconomic plants
SNL - February 20, 2018

Company looking to set up solar farm also focuses on wind, natural gas, nuclear energy
Watertown Daily Times - February 21, 2018

Mandates, Not Market Prices, Likely to Keep U.S. Solar Growing
The Wall Street Journal - February 20, 2018

NYISO Business Issues Committee Briefs: Feb. 14, 2018
RTO Insider - February 18, 2018

Residents raise concerns about proposed wind laws
Watertown Daily Times - February 18, 2018

Energy Storage Is Coming, But Big Price Declines Still Needed
Forbes - February 18, 2018

After tax reform, wind turbine makers see tougher US market
SNL - February 16, 2018

Massachusetts will replace Northern Pass project if it doesn't nab NH permit
Utility Dive - February 16, 2018


Annual Showcase & Spring Conference
Monday, May 7 - Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Albany Capital Center - Albany, NY

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