Ambitious Goals for its Development
Steve Mitnick is Editor-in-Chief of Public Utilities Fortnightly and author of the book “Lines Down: How We Pay, Use, Value Grid Electricity Amid the Storm.”
The New York Power Authority is the largest state power organization in the United States, with sixteen generating facilities and more than fourteen hundred circuit-miles of transmission lines. NYPA executives have set ambitious goals for its development. NYPA management envisions fifty percent of the electricity supply coming from renewable energy by 2030. And they want to reduce greenhouse gases forty percent by 2030, among other targets.
All these goals, originally set forth in 2014, are being updated in the 2020 Strategic Refresh that's underway at NYPA now. PUF Editor-in-Chief Steve Mitnick went to NYPA to talk with executives and staff about their 2020 Strategic Refresh.
- Gil Quiniones, CEO, New York Power Authority
- Robert Lurie, CFO & Chief Strategy Officer
- Emilie Bolduc, VP, New York Energy Manager
- Ricardo DaSilva, VP, Strategic Operations
- Doug McMahon, VP, Strategy