Submit Energy Plan
- Date Due
- Responsible Entity
- Administering Agency
- Submit Energy Plan
- The administering agency designated by the Mayor must submit a long-term energy plan in 2022 and every four years thereafter. The plan must assess the feasibility of replacing power plants with renewables-powered battery storage and building renewable energy and battery storage facilities on Rikers Island.
- LL17 § 2 amends Administrative Code Tit. 3. Ch. 1 § 3-126(g).
LL17: "The administering agency shall submit to the mayor and the speaker of the council, and make publicly available online, a long-term energy plan, in conjunction with the plan developed in accordance with subdivision e of section 20 of the New York city charter. Such plan must be completed by June 30, 2022, and shall be updated every four years thereafter. The advisory subcommittee established by this section shall provide, as needed, advice and recommendations with respect to the development of such plan, which shall include, but not be limited to:
1. An assessment of the feasibility of replacing in-city gas-fired power plants associated with the bulk power system with battery storage powered by renewable energy sources in a manner that is consistent with the New York state public service commission energy storage deployment policy developed pursuant to section 74 of the public service law;
2. An assessment of when such replacement, if feasible, can take place; and
3. A review of potential technologies for battery storage of energy. This local law takes effect immediately upon enactment and expires and is deemed repealed after the submission of the report due; and
4. In an appendix included only in the initial plan required to be completed by June 30, 2022, an assessment of the feasibility of constructing renewable energy sources combined with battery storage facilities on Rikers Island, including an evaluation of economic costs, value, rate of return, sustainability, and any additional considerations relevant to such assessment. The Rikers Island advisory committee established pursuant to subdivision b of section 4-215 of this code may submit recommendations regarding such assessment to the administering agency."