Integrated Energy Data Resource (IEDR)

New York is transforming its electricity system into one that is cleaner, more resilient, and more affordable. Effective access to useful energy data will play a critical role in this transformation. An Integrated Energy Data Resource (IEDR) will be created to provide a solution to data access needs.

What is the Integrated Energy Data Resource (IEDR)?

One statewide data platform that will securely collect, integrate, and provide useful access to a large and diverse set of energy-related information.

The IEDR will enable effective access to useful energy-related information acquired from the State’s energy utilities and other sources in a cost efficient and expeditious manner.

NYSERDA is leading the development of the IEDR with a strong focus on stakeholder engagement to ensure interested parties will be able to access and analyze the elements of the State’s energy system and customer information that are most useful to them.

The IEDR Program Charter [PDF] formally establishes the IEDR Program’s scope, guiding principles, objectives, participants, roles, and responsibilities.

Integrated Energy Data Resource (IEDR) Program Manager RFP 4737

Deloitte Consulting, LLP (Deloitte) was awarded a contract to serve as Program Manager for the IEDR. The Program Manager will be responsible for organizing and administering the activities related to the Program.

Integrated Energy Data Resource (IEDR) Utility Data Advisor RFP 4764

Pecan Street Inc. (Pecan Street) was awarded a contract to serve as Utility Data Advisor for the IEDR. The Utility Data Advisor will be a dedicated resource to oversee and provide guidance on the utility data sourcing efforts including the technology needed to provide data to the IEDR and related investments.

Stakeholder Engagement

Meaningful stakeholder participation is essential to the success of the IEDR initiative.

Interested stakeholders were invited to participate in an initial process to identify, characterize, and prioritize IEDR use cases. The compiled use case submissions are available below. NYSERDA may publish this use case information in additional formats in the coming weeks.

A compilation of all submissions is available here via Excel and PDF.

Stakeholders are still welcome to submit use cases beyond the July 23, 2021 deadline which has passed. However, these use cases may not be able to be processed and prioritized as part of Phase One activities, depending on when the use case is received. Stakeholders may submit comments individually or as a member of a group.

To facilitate the preparation and review of stakeholder comments, NYSERDA created a Use Case Template (updated 7/1/21 to be form-fillable) [PDF] for use in responding to the Invitation to Stakeholders to Provide Comments Addressing the Identification and Prioritization of Use Cases [PDF].

Comments must be submitted using the use case template and emailed to NYSERDA at

Program Documents and Resources

Documentation related to the Program is available below. Additionally, the IEDR is part of the New York State Public Service Commission Case 20-M-0082: Proceeding on Motion of the Commission Regarding Strategic Use of Energy Related Data, available at the Department of Public Service’s websiteLink opens in new window - close new window to return to this page..

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If you have questions about the program, email us at

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