Utilities in New York have an opportunity to explain in detail to the state Public Service Commission the costs associated with climate change -- but will have to be careful with that opportunity. That's because consumer advocates and any would-be opponents will be questioning those numbers since the possibility of rate hikes is factored into the equation. The utilities will need to thoroughly document those anticipated costs and have a strong public relations campaign in support.
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