Consolidated Edison Inc. (Con Ed) is proposing a $305 million program to boost future gas service across the New York City region, while shaving winter peak gas loads in the metro area and suburban Westchester County.
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With an assist from an environmental group, an internet giant and academia, New York City-based Consolidated Edison (ConEd) is striving to curb more natural gas pipeline system leaks across its system.
While Northeast policymakers and citizens debate whether to expand natural gas infrastructure, Con Edison of New York (ConEd) is proposing a “clean energy future” built on natural gas and renewable resources.
FERC Friday issued a favorable environmental assessment to Millennium Pipeline Co. LLC for a natural gas compressor station project in Minisink, NY, to boost firm deliveries of Marcellus Shale gas to its interconnection with Algonquin Gas Transmission LLC at Ramapo, NY, to approximately 675,000 Dth/d to serve the Northeast and New England markets.
Con Edison last Wednesday announced the restoration of electrical service to its Cortlandt network in the early morning hours, returning service to all networks in lower Manhattan that lost power because of the recent terrorist attack at the World Trade Center. The company urged customers whose power has been restored to minimize the use of electricity while work continues in the area.
Consolidated Edison Inc. last week disclosed that it has approved plans for its Con Edison Development (CED) subsidiary to add capacity totaling more than 600 MW at power generating facilities in New Jersey and Massachusetts. The plant expansions will take place at facilities owned by CED in Lakewood, NJ, and West Springfield, MA.
Consolidated Edison Inc. yesterday disclosed that it has approved plans for its Con Edison Development (CED) subsidiary to add capacity totaling more than 600 MW at power generating facilities in New Jersey and Massachusetts. The plant expansions will take place at facilities owned by CED in Lakewood, NJ, and West Springfield, MA.
Southern Energy Inc., a unit of Southern Co., will buy 1,776 MWof gas, oil, coal and hydropower generation from Orange andRockland Utilities Inc. and Consolidated Edison Inc. in New YorkState for about $480 million. Southern also plans to spend $390million to upgrade the plants and build up to 710 MW of newgas-fired generation. Southern Energy affiliate Southern CompanyEnergy Marketing will market output from the plants.