A New York state Senator from the Hudson Valley has unveiled an energy plan he hopes will ease financial burdens and move the state forward.
State Senator Terry Gipson has an affordable energy plan he says would bring relief from taxes and rate hikes to families and businesses.
“I just can’t sit by any longer and watch hardworking families and business owners suffer under these regressive energy taxes,” says Gipson.
The Democrat from Rhinebeck says his plan has five points.
New York utility regulators have approved new electricity and natural gas delivery rates for National Grid.
The Public Service Commission says the company will be allowed to collect a total of $123 million more electric revenue and almost $9 million more gas revenue over three years.