NY-REMO CES & RES Market Primer

SEA’s New York CES & RES Market Primer (version 1.3, current through June 2022), is designed to:

  • Provide a detailed introduction to the underlying structure and dynamics of New York’s renewable energy marketplace;
  • Accelerate the learning curve for new market participants, enabling them to transition more quickly to revenue-generating activities and a deeper understanding of market fundamentals; and
  • Provide a foundation for understanding and interpreting the results of Sustainable Energy Advantage’s New York Renewable Energy Market Outlook (NY-REMO) market fundamentals briefings and other analyses.

This is the outline of the New York CES & RES Market Primer:

  1. New York’s Renewable Energy Policy & Market Landscape
    1. New York’s Renewable Energy Policy: History & Evolution
    2. Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) Overview
    3. Clean Energy Standard (CES) Structure
    4. New York’s CES & RES ‘Ecosystem’
  1. CES & RES Compliance
    1. New York’s Certificate Market
  1. Tier 1 RES Supply
    1. Tier 1 RES Eligibility
    2. NYSERDA-Contracted Tier 1 RES Supply
    3. Value of DER Tariff Supply
    4. ‘Market’ Tier 1 RES Supply
  1. Tier 1 RES REC Demand
    1. Tier 1 Obligation Targets
    2. Load Drivers
  1. Divergence Test & Triennial Review
  2. Legacy Renewable Supply
  3. Offshore Wind Standard
  4. Tier 4 ‘New York City Renewable Energy’
  5. The Unique Role of NYSERDA in the Ecosystem
    1. NYSERDA REC Resales & ACP Pricing
    2. Actions NYSERDA Can Take to Shape the Market
  1. NYPA & LIPA’s Contribution Toward 2030 Goal


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