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February 13, 2016 11:43 AM ET

Electric Utilities

Company Overview of Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation

Company Overview

Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation generates, transmits, and distributes electricity in western New York. It also transports and distributes natural gas. The company generates electricity from three gas turbine plants and various smaller hydroelectric stations. It serves approximately 373,000 electricity and 309,000 natural gas customers in 9 counties, including and surrounding the city of Rochester, New York. The company’s service territory consists of approximately 2,700 square miles. Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation is based in Rochester, New York. Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation is a subsidiary of Iberdrola USA Networks, Inc.

89 East Avenue

Rochester, NY 14649

United States

Key Executives for Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation

President
Vice President, Controller and Treasurer
Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Vice President of Fossil/Hydro Operations
Vice President - Technical Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Key Developments

NYSEG and RG&E Announce Technology Partnership to Lower Connection Costs for Renewable Generation

NYSEG and RG &E, subsidiaries of AVANGRID, are preparing to roll out an innovative technology aimed at making it easier and more efficient for large-scale producers of renewable energy resources to connect to the electric power grid. The utilities' Flexible Interconnect Capacity Solution (FICS) demonstration project supports New York State's Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) initiative. NYSEG and RG &E are collaborating with Scottish technology firm Smarter Grid Solutions to test the new interconnect approach. NYSEG and RG &E will test Smarter Grid Solutions' Active Network Management (ANM) technology to help accommodate larger amounts of solar-generated electricity on the lower-voltage distribution electric delivery system without jeopardizing the safe and reliable operation of the grid. ANM can also support interconnection of wind, hydro and biomass/biogas generated electricity.

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