To Meet Climate Mandate, New York Needs to Learn How to Build Clean Energy Again
After a decade of building virtually no large-scale renewables, New York is planning to build enough to power millions of homes over the next eight years. What will it take to pull it off?
Colin Kinniburgh · November 21, 2022
To meet its clean energy requirements, New York needs to build 100 times as much large-scale solar in the next five years as it did in the last 10. | American Public Power Association
“We’re building the plane as we’re flying it.”
—Stephane Desdunes, EDF Renewables
Abbey DeRocker of NYSERDA (left), Stephane Desdunes of EDF Renewables (second left), and others at a panel. | ACE NY
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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