New York State has positioned itself to claim the mantle of climate leadership on a global scale. But companies are struggling to get projects approved in a regulatory system that is slowed by constrained resources and sometimes conflicting and confusing agendas, partner Gene Kelly and associate Michelle Piasecki write in the September issue of Environmental Law in New York, a LexisNexis publication.
Kelly and Piasecki highlight some of the bottlenecks and other challenges in the state’s current Article 10 siting process and offer suggestions to legislative leaders for improvements.
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