Long Island Power Authority
New York Rep. Tom Suozzi’s cousin Ralph Suozzi chairs the entity locked in a death match with the town of Huntington.
Ah, Long Island: the land of Billy Joel, beaches, bad accents and, apparently, the future of offshore wind energy.
"National Grid is on the way out, so I'm a little bit concerned as to how enthusiastic they're going to be," he said. "But
But the promise of stable rates flies in the face of a 2010 report prepared for LIPA by the Brattle Group, which found that
An independent advocate can look out for customers before a disaster like Sandy strikes. It was the Division of Rate Counsel
For his part, Saporta said he will be fighting LIPA's "criminal" bills. According to Bloomberg, two customers accuse LIPA
THE ROCKAWAYS, NY: More than two weeks after Hurricane Sandy -- the 1,000-mile-wide storm that caused up to $50 billion in
Barrier beaches need to move with nature -- for reasons including protecting the mainland -- and not be tailored to suit
The Ledger, a Florida newspaper, reports John Applewhite of Lakeland Electric was walking into an East Meadow restaurant
That letter detailed "repeated un-kept and deceptive promises of manpower and equipment," "LIPA's inefficiency, dysfunctional