NY Retail Electricity Order Vacated — For Now

Law360, New York (July 29, 2016, 10:53 AM EDT) -- Florence K.S. Davis

Thomas C. Havens

Jennifer E. Galiette On July 25, the Supreme Court for the County of Albany, New York, issued a decision vacating key directives of the New York Public Service Commission (PSC) in its "Order Resetting Retail Energy Markets and Establishing Further Process" issued on Feb. 23 (the PSC reset order).[1] The PSC reset order, which was surprising and deeply alarming to energy service companies (ESCOs) that have been competing with regulated utilities to sell power to New York residential and small commercial (mass market) customers, had three directives that together would have effectively and prospectively shut down ESCOs'...

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