Jonathan Schrag

Public Comments on Net Metering to the New York Public Service Commission

Guarini Center fellows Jonathan Schrag and Benjamin Mandel submitted comments to the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) in response to petitions to increase the limits on net metering in utility service territories. Schrag and Mandel argue that the net metering cap should be raised as little as would be feasible until the completion …

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Public Comments on Selected Policy Issues Raised by the New York Public Service Commission’s ‘Reforming the Energy Vision’

Guarini Center Senior Fellow Jonathan Schrag submitted comments on selected policy issues raised by the New York Public Service Commission’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV). In the comments, Schrag urges the Public Service Commission to maintain its focus on the overarching goal of incentive programs for clean energy – which is to reduce greenhouse gas …

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Public Comments on the Con Edison Storm Hardening and Resilience Report

The Guarini Center, along with NYU Law’s Institute for Policy Integrity, submitted comments on Con Edison’s Storm Hardening and Resilience Collaborative Report. The comments urge New York’s Public Service Commission (PSC) to extend the charter of the working groups convened as part of the collaborative process surrounding Con Edison’s latest ratemaking proceeding. The comments can be …

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New Renewable Finance

Authors: Jonathan Schrag & Seth Silverman Since the Energy Policy Act of 1992, the U.S. federal government has relied on a Production Tax Credit (PTC) to encourage private capital investment in renewable energy. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 expanded an Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for renewable energy. Those tax credits, however, have …

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