New York State Data
DERs on this site include:
- Energy Storage
- Combined Heat and Power
- Anaerobic Digester
- Fuel Cell
Distributed Energy Resources, or DERs, are technologies that generate or store electricity either for homes and buildings to manage their energy use, or to serve energy demand directly on the electric grid. Electricity from DERs, rather than from fossil fuel power plants, contributes to a cleaner and more efficient grid, improved resiliency from power outages, and lower energy bills. DERs are critical to achieving New York State’s climate change goals under the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA).
This website provides a wealth of open-source data that is refreshed daily. Data can be viewed as aggregated summaries or as granular performance data from individual projects. Projects can be filtered by location, facility category, or technology type.
Whether you have your own DER you’re currently monitoring, examining the performance of DERs at facilities similar to yours, or are curious about the current state of performance and growth of DERs in New York, the data is available for you to view, download, and analyze.
Use this site to:
- Find where DER sites are located across the State
- Get a holistic view of DER generation in New York
- Dive deep into the current and past performance of individual DER projects
- Learn about the characteristics of DERs in New York, from technology type to project scale
- Create a custom portfolio of DER projects to analyze and track
- Get guidance for measuring and submitting performance data