ALBANY – The state Supreme Court in Albany will allow to proceed a lawsuit filed by several environmental groups challenging billions of dollars in ratepayer subsidies to nuclear plants.

Acting Albany Supreme Court Justice Roger D. McDonough on Monday issued a decision denying five of the six objections raised by the New York Public Service Commission and the nuclear power plant owners  trying to dismiss the lawsuit, Matter of Hudson River Sloop Clearwater v. NYS Public Service Commission, 7242-16. The PSC and the nuclear plant owners argued that the claims brought against them lacked timeliness and standing.

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