New York’s climate law requires that the Public Service Commission (PSC) issue a progress report on how the state’s doing in its move toward clean energy.

By law, the state is supposed to meet a target of 70% renewables by 2030. While the report indicates that New York will not meet that goal, and the Hochul administration is considering moving the deadline to 2033, there is some optimism in New York.

Marguerite Wells, new executive director of the Alliance for Clean Energy New York, discussed the situation with Capital Tonight anchor Susan Arbetter.