New York’s new pay-for-performance program will demonstrate the power of the market to deliver innovative solutions to help decarbonize New York’s homes and grid.
Congratulations to ICF for being selected to provide energy efficiency and clean energy upgrades for Central New York homeowners as part of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and National Grid’s Home Energy Savings Program.
The Home Energy Savings Program is an innovative pilot designed to transform how New York invests in energy efficiency by paying for actual delivered performance at the meter.
According to NYSERDA, the selection “supports Governor Kathy Hochul’s goal to achieve two million climate-friendly homes by 2030 and the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act’s energy efficiency target of 185 trillion BTUs in end-use savings in the building and industrial sector by 2025.”
Recurve is honored to be working with National Grid and NYSERDA to provide our industry-leading virtual power plant platform to enable revenue-grade measurement and transactional infrastructure to power this new market paradigm.
Meter-based, performance-centered approaches to efficiency, demand response, and demand flexibility are taking off across the country. By paying for delivered rather than deemed results, these programs cut red tape and allow providers to offer a wider variety of options tailor-made for the customers most likely to benefit.
Recurve looks forward to our continued work with ICF, NYSERDA, and National Grid to support Governor Kathy Hochul’s goal to achieve 2 million climate-friendly homes in New York by 2030.
Learn more about pay-for-performance and demand flexibility markets at Recurve.