New York Public Service Commission Adopts Updated E-Value Using the SCC

  • Application

    Value of distributed energy resources 

  • Date

    April 2021
  • Details

    In a letter to the state's utilities, the New York Public Service Commission announced that it had updated the environmental value ("E-Value") component of the value stack for distributed energy resources to reflect the 2021 interim social cost of greenhouse gases estimates. 1

  • SCC Value(s)

    $51/ton CO2 for year 2020 emissions. 2

  • Reference

    Case 15-E-0751 et al., VDER Phase One Order

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