'This Is Corporate Abuse': Gov. Cuomo Exploring Revoking National Grid's LicenseGov. Cuomo's anger at National Grid has boiled over.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: Brooklyn Lawmaker Blasts Utility's Pressure Tactics, Asks Gov. Cuomo To Find New SupplierThere's new fallout from a natural gas moratorium. Charges of questionable and unfair pressure tactics have been levied against National Grid.
State Regulators: East Harlem Explosion Caused By Improperly Installed Gas PipelineThe report's findings are similar to those released this summer by the National Transportation Safety Board.
Bayport Residents Demand That National Grid Repair ‘Nauseating’ Gas LeakThe noxious smell of natural gas has been constantly wafting through a residential neighborhood.
Con Ed Seeks 3.2 Percent Rate Hike For 2016Con Ed said the money would be used for enhanced security, improved reliability and better customer service through an enhanced website.
Suffolk County Getting Second Area CodeThe state Public Service Commission approved the new code on Thursday, saying the existing 631 code is running out of assignable telephone numbers.
NY Energy Experts Predict Lower Natural Gas, Electricity Costs This WinterNew York state regulators expect natural gas and electricity prices to be generally lower than they were last winter.
Con Edison Reaches Agreement With Cuomo To Freeze RatesConsolidated Edison has agreed to freeze its base electricity rates for two years and gas and steam rates for three years, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday.
Data: Con Ed 2012 Rates Highest Of Any Major U.S. UtilityThe data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows that Con Ed's 2.1 million residential customers in New York City and Westchester County paid an average of 25 cents per kilowatt hour in 2012.
Con Ed Seeks $400 Million In Rate Increases For New Flood-Repelling EquipmentCon Ed said it wants to spend $1 billion to protect critical equipment from storms. The first $400 million installment will mean a rate hike of 3 percent.
Con Ed To Seek Rate Increase Despite Criticism Of Post-Sandy ResponseCEO Kevin Burke said despite the long-winded and widespread outages due to the double-punch of Sandy and the nor'easter, the company will still go ahead with a petition to the Public Service Commission to raise rates.