Albany County Leads NYS As Top Clean Energy Community

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The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) recently announced that Albany County is the first community in the Capital Region to be designated a Clean Energy Community, recognizing its leadership in reducing energy use, cutting costs and driving clean energy development. The announcement was made on May 5, 2017,  by NYSERDA’s Vice President […]

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Cuomo Announces $360 Million For 11 New Large-Scale Renewable Energy Projects

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Governor Cuomo Announced $360 Million for 11 New Large-Scale Renewable Energy Projects in State of the State Projects will leverage nearly $1 billion in private investment and add enough electricity from clean, renewable resources to power more than 110,000 homes Awards support Governor’s State of the State goals Critical to Governor’s directive to reach 50 percent renewable power by 2030 About […]

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Robert Thornton Discusses IDEA’s 2015 Conference

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Constant Demand and Constant Supply In the United States, we have enjoyed the luxury of consistent energy flow. However, mass power loss is something many parts of the world experience on a regular basis. Storms like Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy, really emphasized our need to focus on the future of energy. Energy remains a […]

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