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POLITICO New York Energy: Family farm fights utility giant; LIPA's high prices

06/20/2016 10:00 AM EDT

By David Giambusso and Scott Waldman

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FAMILY FARM FIGHTS OFF UTILITY GIANT-POLITICO New York's Scott Waldman: After a years-long legal battle with a Rochester-area family on whose farm it wanted to site energy grid infrastructure, a Spanish utility company has agreed to locate its 11-acre substation on a property nearby instead. The agreement between the Krenzer family and the Spanish utility giant Iberdrola, which owns Rochester Gas & Electric, was filed with the state late Friday and puts an end to a fight that had been underway since 2013. The fight between the family and Iberdrola had pitted a multibillion-dollar global company against a local family farm and divided state agencies, with the growing electric demand of Rochester and its suburbs hanging in the balance.

LIPA PRICES AMONG THE HIGHEST IN NATION - Newsday's Mark Harrington: "The cost of electricity from the Long Island Power Authority remains among the most expensive for large U.S. public power utilities as well as tristate and Northeastern ones, despite declining natural gas prices which have brought Long Island electric bills steadily lower over the past two years."

BON VOYAGE, SOLAR IMPULSE - PBS Newshour: "After a yearlong stay in the U.S., Solar Impulse 2, a Swiss solar-powered plane circling the world is set to depart from New York early Monday morning to cross the Atlantic Ocean to head for Spain."


--The Wall Street Journal's opinion pages take up the cause of Republican attorneys general who argue that if New York AG Eric Schneiderman can sue Exxon for fraud, then Al Gore can get sued for talking about climate change, if it turns out climate change isn't so bad after all.

--PSEG Long Island will postpone by two months the long-awaited release of a plan for the island's energy sources as LIPA and the state call for further analysis of off-shore wind energy proposals and the state's clean energy standard.

--The state needs to do more to protect the city of Newburgh's water supply after it was found to contain a toxic chemical, according to a letter Riverkeeper sent to state agencies.

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COAL WORKERS LEFT BEHIND AS WIND PICKS UP - The New York Times' Coral Davenport: "After Kullin Orcutt lost his job at the Peabody coal mine this spring, he knew what he needed to do: join the exodus. 'Leave Gillette, [Wyo.] leave the state,' he said. Mr. Orcutt is a third-generation miner and one of 592 coal workers who have been laid off here since January."

MICHIGAN LAWMAKERS PREP FOR ENERGY MAKEOVER - Crain's Detroit Business: "Some state lawmakers will spend this summer working to earn enough votes to pass the biggest overhaul of Michigan's energy policy in eight years, with just 25 scheduled session days left before the end of the legislative term."

OIL BUST LEAVES STATES WITH MASSIVE CLEANUP - Paul J. Weber of The Associated Press: "The worst oil bust since the 1980s is putting Texas and other oil producing states on the hook for thousands of newly abandoned drilling sites at a time when they have little money to plug wells and seal off environmental hazards."

HUNDREDS IN EXODUS AS SOUTHWEST FIRES RAGE - The Wall Street Journal: " Wildfires blazed Sunday in Southern California, Arizona and New Mexico, forcing hundreds to evacuate as a triple-digit heat wave threatened to intensify the searing conditions and hamper firefighting efforts."

THE LNG GLUT - The Wall Street Journal's Spencer Jakab: "The best laid plans often go awry for natural-gas companies. A testament to that is billions of dollars of infrastructure around the world that is rusting or draining owners' finances because someone extrapolated the status quo."

SAVING THE SOUTH CAROLINA SEA TURTLE - The State's Sammy Fretwell: "Rare sea turtles are being blocked from nesting on South Carolina beaches by a new type of seawall that was touted as a way to protect oceanfront buildings from erosion without hurting wildlife, say some coastal landowners and environmental groups."


KERRY IN THE ARCTIC - The Washington Post's Chris Mooney: "On Friday, John Kerry - who has led a push on climate change like perhaps no other U.S. secretary of state, culminating in the Paris climate accord late last year - visited perhaps the starkest indicator of the problem in our hemisphere: the enormous Jakobshavn (or Sermeq Kujalleq) glacier of Greenland."

EUROPE WARNED OF VW CHEATING FIVE YEARS BEFORE DISCOVERY - The Guardian: "The European commission was warned by its own experts that a car maker was suspected of cheating emissions tests five years before the VW emissions scandal."


--Oil rebounded Friday on on a weakening dollar and hopes that the UK will vote to stay in the European Union.

--Natural gas settled up on continued expectations of a warm summer, the Journal reports.

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