Reforming the Energy Vision (REV)
 

Reforming the Energy Vision (REV)

Building a clean, resilient, and more affordable energy system for all New Yorkers.

Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) is Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s comprehensive energy strategy for New York. REV helps consumers make more informed energy choices, develop new energy products and services, and protect the environment while creating new jobs and economic opportunity throughout the State.

 
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REV 2030 Goals

40% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels

A mandate for 50% of New York’s electricity to be generated from renewable sources

 

23% reduction in energy consumption of buildings from 2012 levels


The Plan for a Clean, Resilient & More Affordable Energy System

Leading the Nation with Groundbreaking Regulatory Reform New York’s Clean Energy Standard ensures 50% of New York's electricity will come from renewable sources by 2030. We are also putting customers first and have energy efficiency, increased use of renewables, and more resilient distributed energy resources at the core of our energy system.

Leading the Nation with Groundbreaking Regulatory Reform

New York’s Clean Energy Standard ensures 50% of New York's electricity will come from renewable sources by 2030. We are also putting customers first and have energy efficiency, increased use of renewables, and more resilient distributed energy resources at the core of our energy system.

Growing the Clean Energy Economy in New York Our Clean Energy Fund is mobilizing private capital, jump starting innovation, and helping eliminate market barriers to make clean energy scalable and affordable for all New Yorkers.

Growing the Clean Energy Economy in New York

Our Clean Energy Fund is mobilizing private capital, jump starting innovation, and helping eliminate market barriers to make clean energy scalable and affordable for all New Yorkers.

Investing in Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings State government is leading by example by actively investing in reducing its energy costs and saving taxpayers money through energy efficiency projects in public buildings and facilities. Local municipalities are also joining to demonstrate the benefits of using less energy.

Investing in Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings

State government is leading by example by actively investing in reducing its energy costs and saving taxpayers money through energy efficiency projects in public buildings and facilities. Local municipalities are also joining to demonstrate the benefits of using less energy.

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