Power Industry Quietly Pushes New York to Endorse Non-Renewable Energy
The power industry is pushing a pair of little-noticed proposals that could shift the course of the state’s climate action.
Colin Kinniburgh · March 15, 2022
A ConEdison power plant in New York City | Steve Harris
Colin Kinniburgh is a reporter at New York Focus, covering the state’s climate and environmental politics. Over a decade in media, he… more
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