Posts Tagged ‘Con Ed’

Con Ed Guessed on a Bunch of Electricity Bills This Summer Based on Rudimentary Math

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Blog, Breaking News

Via Wiki Commons The New York Times is reporting Con Ed may have overcharged numerous electricity consumers this summer because of limited access to meters during the lockout. Many customers were charged more than ever despite, in some cases, being out of town for much of the summer. (by Alissa Fleck) At first, reports the Times, Con Ed [&hellip
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Breath of Fresh Air: Upper East Side steam plant converts to natural gas

Written by Megan Finnegan Bungeroth on . Posted in Breaking News, News Our Town, Our Town

By Megan Bungeroth Officials from Con Edison are paving the way to convert both of their Manhattan steam generating plants into natural gas-fueled facilities. Last week, representatives from the energy company came to Community Board 8 to explain how the conversion would work at their Upper East Side plant on East 74th Street and York [&hellip
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Steam Power Will Stay

Written by admin on . Posted in Opinion and Column

To The Editor: Steam power (“To Save Powerhouse, Preservationists Take Aim At Riverside Center Plan,” June 30) is not going to become “obsolete.” Steam is used not only for heating, but for cooling as well, reducing the peak demand for electricity. The Con Edison steam system is also 50 percent co-generation, the ideal of environmentalists. [&hellip
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