Consumers and communities in crisis

New York’s COVID-19 state of emergency ended June 24, 2021, but the affordability and utility arrears crises that affect 1.5 million residential energy (electric and gas) consumer households statewide continues to worsen unaddressed. Make no mistake about it, this crisis threatens our state’s future economic recovery, as well as the livelihood of millions of low-,

City elections roundup

Early voting has begun for New York City’s 2021 General Election. Voters throughout the city are heading to the polls to elect the city’s next mayor, public advocate, comptroller, borough presidents, district attorneys and city council members.  Thanks to term limits this year’s election is set to bring some new blood to city hall, with