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Sr. Vice President Customer Energy Solutions Con Edison Company of New York

Senior executive with responsibility for distributed resource integration, collaborating with regulators and stakeholders on efforts to re-shape the electric-delivery business model. Also...

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Listen to Con Edison’s senior vice president of Customer Energy Solutions, Leonard P. Singh, discuss energy topics and trends impacting customers, New Yorkers, and the industry in 2022’s first episode of Plugged In.

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“Our plan is to continue to invest billions of dollars to reduce building carbon emissions, focusing on deep energy efficiency upgrades, building electrification and really facilitating the clean energy transition for our low- and moderate-income customers,” said Singh. “That includes electrifying space and water heating for more than 150,000 buildings by 2030 and reducing our overall energy use by tripling our energy efficiency programs.”

Additional topics covered include Con Edison’s expanded Clean Energy Commitment, building renewable energy hubs and developing battery storage, greening the transportation system and much more.

Plugged In is Con Edison’s podcast about all things energy.

Also, find out Lenny Singh’s prediction for the most promising new technology in energy generation.

Additional episodes of Plugged In are available here.

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Matt Chester on Jan 25, 2022

That includes electrifying space and water heating for more than 150,000 buildings by 2030 and reducing our overall energy use by tripling our energy efficiency programs

So great to see a full-court press approach for this, it sounds like a great example for other utilities. What have been some of the paint points you can warn others about? 

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