PSEG LI Utility 2.0 Long Range Plan Update Document

Posted: October 6, 2014 - 17:00 / NY DPS / ESA Filings

On July 1, 2014, in accordance with Public Authorities Law Section 1020-f(ee) and the Amended and Restated Operations Services Agreement dated December 31, 2013, PSEG Long Island submitted a Utility 2.0 Long Range Plan (“the July 1 Plan”) for consideration by the Long Island Power Authority (“the Authority”) and review by the New York State Department of Public Service (“DPS”). The Plan proposes a number of investments in direct load control demand response, energy efficiency, distributed generation, advanced metering infrastructure, and other initiatives to enhance the customer experience, contribute to clean energy policy goals, and cost-effectively defer the need for power resources and, in some cases, transmission and distribution infrastructure. 

This inaugural Utility 2.0 Plan provides a foundation for further modernizing PSEG Long Island’s service territory, saving energy, and improving the environment. It is one of several current plans and proceedings at the local and State level to create opportunities for customers to invest in enhanced technology and participate in the markets for energy resources. PSEG Long Island will revisit the Utility 2.0 Plan annually, and, as these proceedings develop, will align our customers with New York’s energy and environmental policy as appropriate.

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