Cornell Solar Project Could Test NY Energy Incentive

Law360, New York (April 2, 2013, 7:06 PM EDT) -- A New York utility's attempt to deny Cornell University financial credits that would make one of its solar projects affordable has grabbed the attention of industry experts, who say other would-be clean energy consumers could face similar denials if the move isn't rejected by state regulators.

The Ivy League university, which has of late put on a full-court press to add solar to its energy portfolio, has turned to the New York State Public Service Commission, complaining that New York State Electric & Gas Corp. came...
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