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POLITICO New York Energy: Company that received state benefits connected to lobbyist in federal probe; Senators deride city bag fee

By David Giambusso and Scott Waldman

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COMPANY THAT RECEIVED STATE BENEFITS CONNECTED TO LOBBYIST IN FEDERAL PROBE — POLITICO New York’s Scott Waldman: A biomass company connected to the lobbyist at the center of a probe by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has received an unusual number of state benefits and funding over the years for an energy company of its size. In July 2014, Todd Howe participated in a closed-door meeting with ReEnergy Holdings LLC. in an attempt to procure state contracts from the New York Power Authority, according to state records. Over the years, the company, which has a few dozen employees in New York, has sought and received state incentives as well as state contracts worth millions of dollars for the electricity it produces in the three plants it owns in the North Country.

--Check out this very helpful graphic from the Times Union of all the known players in the federal subpoenas.

DE BLASIO PUTS OUT BIDS FOR ‘LARGEST PASSIVE HOUSE PROJECT IN THE NATION’ — POLITICO New York’s Sally Goldenberg: The de Blasio administration is seeking bidders for a large, below-market-rate housing development that will encompass nearly an entire city block in East Harlem—a neighborhood that will be undergoing a rezoning to encourage more development in the future."


PIC OF THE DAY: Todd Howe and Joe Percoco in the background as Cuomo meets COR Development’s Steve Aiello. (H/T Post-Standard)

BILL TRACKER: Committees are scheduled to take up 754 bills this week, including one from Sen. John DeFrancisco to increase transparency in the Public Service Commission and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.


--U.S. Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand and Charles Schumer of New York on Friday called upon federal regulators to halt construction of a gas pipeline near the Indian Point nuclear center while the state conducts a more thorough risk assessment.

--This week, a team of federal scientists will report results of a long-awaited study addressing a pressing question: Are women who worked at an IBM factory in Endicott more likely to give birth to babies with heart defects?

--Landowners along the proposed Constitution Pipeline route in the Southern Tier are telling New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman that they, and not the pipeline company, cut their own trees.

--Workers at Allstate Power Vac, which is contracted by Con Edison, authorized a strike last week after months of protest.

--The New York Post mocked Leonardo DiCaprio on its Saturday cover after the actor took a private jet to and from France to collect an environmental award in New York.

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HERE’S WHAT WILL POWER THE CITIES OF THE FUTURE — The Washington Post’s Chelsea Harvey: “With an increasing global migration into the world’s urban areas, which are expected to support at least two-thirds of the total human population by 2050, experts have argued that cities have no choice but to transition toward low-carbon systems if they’re going to remain sustainable.”

FLOATING SOLAR PANELS — The New York Times’ Erica Goode: “An expanse of blue solar panels stretches across part of the Yamakura Dam reservoir in Japan’s Chiba Prefecture. In two years, if construction goes as planned, 50,904 panels will float atop the reservoir, generating enough electricity to power almost 5,000 homes, according to Kyocera, the company building the solar plant.”

TRUMP’S IMPOSSIBLE PROMISES — The New York Times’ Nelson Schwartz: “Mr. Trump has suggested easing clean-air regulations enacted by Democrats and Republicans alike that have hurt the coal industry. But King Coal is unlikely to ever recapture market share lost in recent years to natural gas made cheap by the fracking boom, not to mention fast-growing alternative energy sources like wind and solar.”

--Here’s Vox’s David Roberts on the popular misconception that Rep. Kevin Cramer, Trump’s energy adviser, supports a carbon tax.

SOLAR PLANE LANDS IN OHIO — The Associated Press: “A solar-powered airplane has touched down in the Ohio hometown of two of America's most well-known aviation pioneers on the latest leg of its around-the-world journey.”

NO COUNTRY FOR BIG OIL DEALS — The Wall Street Journal’s Spencer Jakab: “When the drill bits slow down, the checkbooks come out. Or so it used to go in the oil patch.”

YERGIN: OIL WON’T TOP $100 — The Associated Press: “Following a stunning decline, oil prices have clawed back near the $50 level this year.”

NEVADA LAUNCHES RADIATION SNIFFING DRONES — The Associated Press: “If there's ever a radiological catastrophe in the U.S. like the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan, the stewards of the former national nuclear weapons proving ground in Nevada expect to be ready to deploy remote-controlled drones to check for contamination. Nevada National Security Site officials have purchased two unmanned aerial vehicles to sniff the sky and provide an eye from above in the event of an emergency.”

STEYER GAVE $7 MILLION TO GREEN PAC — POLITICO’s Andrew Restuccia: “Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer gave $7 million to his super PAC in April, according to FEC records, doubling down on his largely self-funded effort to make climate change a top-tier issue in the election.”

IRAN WON’T CURB OUTPUT BEFORE OPEC MEETING — Bloomberg’s Ladane Nasseri: “Iran, which is due to meet with OPEC partners on June 2, has no plan to join any freeze in crude output as the country won’t be done ramping up oil exports to pre-sanctions levels before the second half of the year, the head of the state oil company said.”

ISRAEL PUSHES ON NATURAL GAS — The Wall Street Journal’s Orr Hirschauge and Rory Jones: “Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday approved an amended deal to develop the country’s natural-gas fields after months of legal wrangling that has stunted the growth of the domestic hydrocarbon industry.”

EARTH HOME TO 1 TRILLION SPECIES? — EUREKALERT!: “Earth could contain nearly 1 trillion species, with only one-thousandth of 1 percent now identified, according to the results of a new study.”


--Oil ended Friday lower but was up on the week due to supply disruptions the Wall Street Journal reports.

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