by Stephen Lacey
October 20, 2015

The concept behind New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision plan is well known: create a new market structure to enable efficiency and distributed energy to take the place of traditional power-plant investments in the state.

But the details are still evolving. As regulators, utilities and advocates hash out the structure of the market, there’s still plenty of uncertainty about what it will look like in the end.

In this episode, we look at all the issues stakeholders are dealing with in New York. We talk with Laney Brown, the director of smart grid planning at Iberdrola, about how they plan to achieve the ambitious goals set out by REV.

Recommended reading:

Preview: New York Utilities Show Off REV Demo Projects

New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision and Its Discontents

New York's Revolutionary Plan to Remake Its Power Utilities

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