NYSERDANew York State Energy Research and Development Authority
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"Governor Cuomo's emphasis on providing funding to help bridge the gap between the agricultural sector and energy efficiency will help farms across the state reduce their energy usage while continuing to provide environmental benefits for their local communities," said Alicia Barton, president and CEO of NYSERDA.
The event included an interactive panel discussion with experts from the Mayor's Office of Sustainability, NYSERDA, NY-Sun and FS Energy.
According to GE, this facility will become the first industrial scale solar project in Orange county and is fully qualified under NYSERDA's NY-Sun Incentive Programme, which helps reduce the costs of installing solar electric systems across New York State.
"We are pleased to be working with Albany and NYSERDA on our first New York Capital Region project," said Frank Zammataro, Rentricity's CEO and Founder.
Murray Jr., president and CEO, NYSERDA and Brian Straughter, vice president, Turf Hotels.
But while upwards of 45 buildings in New York City are LEED-certified, the four-year-old NYSERDA program is still gaining momentum.
According to NYSERDA, this "will provide incentives for New York state industrial sites to adopt innovative UV and/or EB processes within their manufacturing process, or for New York State technology developers to produce an innovative UV/EB product, process or service that will provide an energy benefit to end users."
According to Matthew Cherry, manager of corporate communications at Brookfield Properties, BOMA and NYSERDA have been very active in the proposed New York City legislation, and have attended the city planning meetings and sent out summaries.
Since 2000, ICF has assisted NYSERDA with the design and implementation of the New York Energy $martSM Small Commercial Lighting Program (SCLP), the first of its kind.
Smith, former President and CEO of NYSERDA. "Some people want to make small changes, like upgrading energy-efficient lighting and products.
This summer the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority's (NYSERDA) BE COOL campaign makes it easier for New Yorkers to save energy.