CON-Edison: Major power outage strikes Manhattan, New York

CON-Edison:  Major power outage strikes Manhattan, New York
Remember, the utilities are run by Rothschild LLC and Companies.  

This power outage is likely the start of many more such “planned” 
events.  Why do we say this? We have read the Climate Action Plans 
and have provided some examples of NYC Climate Action Plans – 
(Schemes) . . 
You will note NYC plans to eliminate the use of fossil fuels.  This 
should be your red flag warning since our petroleum NEVER came 
from fossils. (See the You Tube “Origins of Oil’.)  These policies have 
already been developed and adopted that serve the controllers ideas 
of societal CONtrol without regards to ethics, morality, or life.
This may sound harsh, it is harsh – it is deadly and – these plans are 
set-up to destroy ALL that is good and decent.
We have read hundreds of different climate action plans from all over 
the world – they are all blueprints leading to a Global Disruption of all 
life, everywhere.  For this reason we have provided our five part video 
segments at the bottom of this NYC power outage Story.  You will 
understand just how these plans will change your lives, forever.  
Please, read on!
  1. New York City’s Green New Deal …. their hard work tonight — and every New Yorker for responding to the black out with that trademark NYC grit and

In 2050, New York City is prepared for a changing climate, and is no longer reliant on fossil fuels.

Buildings, transportation, and our economy are powered by renewable energy — wind, solar, and hydropower — through a modern, fully electric grid. We can’t avoid every impact of climate change, but our infrastructure, public services, and residents are protected from the ravages of extreme weather. Every New Yorker benefits from these changes, which were undertaken in a fair way, and our adapted city is a model for the world to follow.

Roads and rail lines, tunnels and bridges, our water supply and our electric grid are ready for the demands of a growing, thriving city. Strategic investment and capital planning policies mean infrastructure projects are delivered on budget and on time, and new digital infrastructure gives New Yorkers equal access to the digital world. Millions of New Yorkers bike, run, and relax along miles of waterfront parks, which also function as a barrier to coastal flooding.



New York to Approve One of the World’s Most Ambitious Climate Plans 

June 18, 2019

The state would pledge to eliminate net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, with all its electricity coming from carbon-free sources.

New York lawmakers have agreed to pass a sweeping climate plan that calls for the state to all but eliminate its greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, envisioning an era when gas-guzzling cars, oil-burning heaters and furnaces would be phased out, and all of the state’s electricity would come from carbon-free sources.
Under an agreement reached this week between legislative leadersand Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act would require the state to slash its planet-warming pollution 85 percent below 1990 levels by 2050  If
the state manages to hit those targets, it would effectively create a
so-called net-zero economy, the ultimate goal
of environmentalists and others seeking to slow the pace of global

The CAC convened three external advisory panels to assist and advise in areas requiring special expertise or knowledge: Technical Analysis, Multi-sector Integration and 2050 Visioning. The 2050 Visioning Advisory Panel, the Integration Advisory Panel and five Technical Work Groups (TWGs) provided direct input to the CAP Interim Report.
Available below, the Interim Report is presented by sections and chapters and, following this list, as a compiled report in three sections.
The size of each file is indicated in brackets. All documents are in ‘pdf’ format and require Adobe Reader.


Introductory Sections and Chapters

New York State Climate Action Plan Interim Report – Compiled Parts

Associated Report

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  • New law aims for 40% cut by 2030
  • Buildings account for 67% of city’s climate change emissions

New York City has approved an ambitious plan to combat climate change by forcing thousands of large buildings to slash their greenhouse gas emissions.

The legislation passed on Thursday by the city council puts caps on carbon emissions for buildings over 25,000 sq ft – requiring a 40% overall cut in their emissions by 2030.

The mandates, touted as a local version of the Green New Deal embraced by many progressive Democrats, will apply to 50,000 buildings – from buildings with a few dozen apartments to Trump Tower, the president’s Fifth Avenue skyscraper which advocates have targeted as a major polluter.

“It will be the largest emissions reduction policy ever, in any city,” said the city councilman Costa Constantinides, who spearheaded the bills.

The law puts caps on how many tons of carbon a building may produce per square foot, with different limits for residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

To reach them, many buildings will have to replace heating or air conditioning systems with more efficient models or put in better insulation and windows. Or, they can use electricity from clean sources like solar and hydropower, which will not produce emissions.

It is an attempt to tackle the biggest source of greenhouse gas in New York, where buildings account for about 67% of emissions.

Real estate owners have opposed the plan, calling it too costly and too riddled with exceptions to be effective.