by Katherine Tweed
July 14, 2016

For many people, summer reading is paperback page-turners or fluff-filled magazines. For a handful of New York regulatory staffers and energy geeks, it is more than 1,500 pages of utility filings from New York’s regulated distribution utilities.

If your summer has been more about beach time than utility briefings and you’re feeling a bit behind, fear not. The regulatory tomes are informative, but not radical. They can be digested slowly. For those who have followed the investments California utilities have made in the past six years, you...