By Morgan Conley (October 8, 2021, 7:12 p.m. EDT) – A New York judge has dealt the final blow to a challenge of new regulations intended to accelerate the selection and development of renewable energy projects in the ‘State shutting down several New York Cities and advocacy groups say the rules violate state environmental law.
Albany County Supreme Court Judge Peter A. Lynch has dismissed the lawsuit brought by the New York towns of Copake, Cambria, Farmersville, Malone, Somerset and Yates, along with a coalition of conservation groups birds and several groups of residents. Justice Lynch said Thursday that New York’s new Office of Renewable Energy Siting, or ORES, had complied with …
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