by Katherine Tweed
December 08, 2016

New York distribution utilities have a lot on their plates.

They are expected to continue with their demonstration projects that test new business models, while also planning for the major investments that will allow them to operate as utilities of the future. They must do this while keeping the lights on, as they always do.

And they have to engage in countless working groups while also filing reams of reports to regulators to show how it’s all coming along.

The latest major filing that is part of New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision...