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ALBANY — In an unusual twist, a mid-level appeals court has overturned a ruling that would have forced the state’s major energy-efficiency agency to hand over a key study it was doing on how to reach the state’s carbon reduction goals as set out by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

As well as providing a look at various interpretations of New York’s public records law, the case also touches on the difficulty of planning a broad energy policy amid constantly changing energy prices. Changing prices were cited as a reason for the report’s delay during the past three years.

A state appellate division panel on Nov. 25 ruled

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