Learn about the energy facility in your backyard by accessing the New York Public Service Commission Standardized Interconnection Requirements (the “NYSIR”) queue for energy projects less than 20-MWac nameplate capacity.
Find the source data at:
Select the utility company that services your town.
Download the data as an .xcel file
Open the spreadsheet and sort the data by county and town to find energy projects that may be under review for your town.
During the project’s application process, requests that the applicant provide the Coordinated Electric System Interconnection Review (CESIR).
Use the information found to fill-in the How to Track a Project Spreadsheet.
Remember that projects may be constructed in one town, county and connect to a substation in a different town, county. To follow a project read the agenda, minutes and submit Freedom of Information to the town, county where the energy facility is being constructed.
Bruning, Lynne 10 July 2022.
NYSIR queue for National Grid sorted for projects 1-MWac nameplate capacity and larger PDF
significant changes to the queue layout including the new column listing of protective equipment.