Pace Study Featured in The Wall Street Journal

A Wall Street Journal article about the plight of small businesses includes results from a just-released study managed by Jamie Van Nostrand/Pace Energy and Climate Center on the impact of the July 2006 Con Edison power outage in Western Queens.

A Wall Street Journal article about the plight of small businesses includes results from a just-released study managed by Jamie Van Nostrand/Pace Energy and Climate Center on the impact of the July 2006 Con Edison power outage in Western Queens. The study was mentioned in articles nationwide in outlets including the Associated Press.

Read more at  http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704684604575381313880000710.html

NBC New York: A study by Pace’s Energy and Climate Center results in pressure on Con Ed

A study by the Pace Energy and Climate Center reveals the true financial impact of the 2006 Queens Blackout which left 200,000 people in Queens without power for nine days.

The heat on Con Edison continues spurred by a just-released study managed by Jamie Van Nostrand of the Pace Energy and Climate Center. The study reveals the true financial impact of the 2006 Queens Blackout which left 200,000 people in Astoria, Long Island City, Sunnyside and Woodside without power for nine days. Van Nostrand’s research shows “the utility reimbursed Queens customers for $17 million, out of $188 million in blackout losses.”
 
Tim Minton, reporting for “Today in New York” on WNBC-TV, went one-on-one with Con Edison’s CEO as the temperatures rise to just about the highest they’ve been since the blackout occurred. Watch a replay of the interview by clicking on this video link –

On NBC New York: Pace Energy and Climate Center study puts pressure on Con Ed