Institute for Policy Integrity Comments on New York State Benefit Cost Analysis Handbooks

We recently submitted reply comments to the New York State Public Service Commission on Benefit Cost Analysis Handbooks submitted to the Commission by utility companies, within the Reforming the Energy Vision proceeding. Benefit-cost analysis will assist in determining the best resource allocations between traditional utility distribution grid investments and distributed energy resources (DER), by allowing for direct comparison. These Handbooks will help ensure that the utilities’ benefit-cost analyses will help to select investment options that will maximize net benefits to the public.

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