In its 10th year, New York City’s Javits Center will be brimming with green industry players, inspiring do-it-yourselfers, and the best of everything green the big apple has to offer, including hands-on workshops and green living tips, and of course, deliciously healthy food and drinks!
A former brownfield in upstate New York now generates 35 MW following the Steel Winds II expansion, powered by the winds off Lake Erie.
Hempstead, N.Y., installs a 100-kilowatt wind turbine to run an electrolyzer to generate hydrogen for the Long Island town’s fueling station.
The U.S. Department of Energy highlights how an upstate New York library is making use of new solar photovoltaic arrays to power itself and also community pride.
The town of Woodstock, New York is illuminating a solar-powered menorah to raise awareness about Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights.
Destiny USA, in Syracuse, N.Y., is doing an 850,000-square-foot green expansion that could make it America’s largest LEED Gold commercial retail project.
The New York Power Authority has decided not to develop the Great Lakes Offshore Wind project, and to focus instead on a wind farm off the coast of Long Island.
An exhibit now running in New York City aims to demonstrate that there are ways, through design and engineering, to cut down on building energy consumption.
New York’s energy agency is putting $150 million toward renewable energy generation projects as the state works to meet its 29 percent renewables goal by 2015.
New York’s state energy agency is providing awards for K-12 school projects that emphasize student leadership in home energy management and efficiency.