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May 29, 2009

THREI's Comments on the New York State RPS Evaluation of 2009

The Hudson Renewable Energy Institute, Inc.
Allan R. Page
Chairman and CEO


May 29, 2009

The Honorable Jaclyn Brilling
Secretary
New York State Public Service Commission
Three Empire State Plaza
Albany, New York 12223

Dear Secretary Brilling:

Re: Comments on the NYSERDA RPS Program Evaluation Draft Report Dated March 31, 2009-Required by Public Service Commission Order of April 14, 2005 in Case 03-E-0188.

Introduction

The public comments that are presented herein are provided by The Hudson Renewable Energy Institute, Inc. The Hudson Renewable Energy Institute (THREI) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging the use and development of renewable energy through education and competitive market mechanisms. THREI defines renewable energy broadly and includes energy efficiency and conservation as significant sources of renewable energy.

May 13, 2009

THREI.org Comments on 2009 New York State Energy Plan

May 13, 2009


Mr. Thomas Congdon, Executive Director
Energy Coordinating Working Group
for the State Energy Plan
NYSERDA
17 Columbia Circle
Albany, New York 12203-6399

Dear Mr. Congdon:

Re: Interim Report on the 2009 New York State Energy Plan
Presented by the Energy Coordinating Working Group

The Hudson Renewable Energy Institute, Inc. would like to take this opportunity to comment on the Interim Report drafted by the Energy Coordinating Working Group (ECWG) on the 2009 New York State Energy Plan. The Hudson Renewable Energy Institute (THREI) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to encourage the use and development of renewable energy through education and competitive market mechanisms. THREI defines renewable energy broadly and includes energy efficiency and conservation as significant sources of renewable energy.

February 21, 2009

Article - Renewable Energy and Storage Solutions

An article appeared in Scientific American that we believe is interesting reading:

How Renewable Energy and Storage Solutions Stack Up

The need to tackle global climate change and energy security makes developing alternatives to fossil fuels crucial.

Scientific American - February 2009