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Environmental Advocates looks forward to partnering with the Cuomo Administration, legislators, partners, and advocates in 2017 to continue to make New York a true climate leader.The Fair Labor Standards Act, a federal labor law that outlines the rules for minimum wage and overtime, says that the vast majority of American workers should be paid at premium rates for working extra hours.On a program of this size and complexity, the devil is always in the details.
For Immediate Release: August 1, 2016 Albany – Today, the state Public Service Commission (PSC) voted to require electric companies to meet Governor Cuomo’s Clean Energy Standard.The following statement is attributable to Peter Iwanowicz, executive director at Environmental Advocates of New York: “New York State has set visionary climate and clean energy goals – what was missing until today was the requirement to turn those goals for the electricity sector into action.But the Fair Labor Standards Act doesn’t set any limit on how many hours an employee can work in a week, and most employers are well within their legal rights requiring employees to work overtime.In other words, mandatory overtime is legal for most employees.
The Clean Energy Standard moves us down the path towards clean, renewable energy by taking the promise of getting half of our electricity from clean, renewable sources by 2030, and requiring power companies to get there.
Importantly, the Standard establishes aggressive benchmarks that energy utilities must meet on renewables. This is big and can transform the economy in New York State.