DSP Enablement Efforts


In order to keep stakeholders informed of the work the Joint Utilities of New York are doing to advance the enablement of Distributed System Platforms (DSPs) under REV and provide information on related 2019 stakeholder engagement activities, the Joint Utilities have created a brief update document. This document contains links to additional resources and details, and will continue to be updated throughout the year on the JU website. Please email any feedback or questions to info@jointutilitiesofny.org.

Summary Document

Hosting Capacity


Click on the button below for utility-specific links for Stage 3 Hosting Capacity displays and upcoming stakeholder engagement sessions focused on Hosting Capacity.

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Webinar: Joint Utilities 2020 DSIPs


To help inform the development of the 2020 DSIPs, the Joint Utilities of New York held a stakeholder webinar on December 11, 2019. During our webinar, the Joint Utilities shared the results of the recent stakeholder survey and requested additional stakeholder feedback on the proposed 2020 DSIP structure based on the survey results. For the webinar slides and recording, please click on the link below.

JU Stakeholder Webinar

Non-Wires Alternatives


Click on the button below for links to each utility’s current Non-Wires Alternatives (NWA) webpage for information on current NWA opportunities and related solicitations.

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EV DCFC Incentive Program


As of February 7, 2019, the Joint Utilities have received NYPSC approval to establish Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) incentive programs to encourage the development of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.

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2018 DSIP Filings


Pursuant to the Commission’s March 2017 Order on Distributed System Implementation Plan (DSIP) Filings, and to DPS Staff’s April 2018 Guidance Whitepaper, each member of the Joint Utilities filed its most recent Individual DSIP on July 31, 2018. The DSIP documents provide extensive information on each utility’s recent progress, current activities, and future plans as the companies continue the transition toward a more distributed, integrated, and customer-centric electricity system.

2018 Individual DSIPs