NYPA is the nation's largest state public power organization, is the only statewide electricity supplier, and provides the lowest-cost electricity in New York State. Working with state and local economic development officials, NYPA targets its allocations of low-cost hydropower to help attract and retain major employers. Other, specialized incentives help businesses control costs and remain viable in this tough economy.
Established in State law in 2005, Preservation Power is a block of 490 MW of firm and interruptible power from the St. Lawrence-Franklin D. Roosevelt Power Project. This competitively-priced hydro power is available to eligible Franklin County businesses through the New York Power Authority.