The New York Power Authority has applied for a preliminary lease for a proposed 350-megawatt wind power plant 13 to 17 miles off the coast of Long Island.
The Empire State Building’s $550 million energy efficient renovation has earned LEED Gold for existing buildings, just in time for the NY icon’s 80th birthday.
The installation of a thin-film photovoltaic cover at a landfill in New York state is transforming the closed dump into a solar power plant.
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority has made green home incentives available through its New York Energy Star Homes Program.
A workforce training program for women and minorities interested in pursuing careers in energy efficiency is being developed in Buffalo, New York.
New York State will spend $150 million over five years for large-scale, regional solar power projects in New York City and the Lower Hudson Valley.
The state of New York is preparing for the rollout of a multi-million-dollar operation to upgrade its electric network to include smart grid technology.
Under a new law, New Yorkers can get low-interest loans for energy retrofits, and repay the loans through a line item on their utility bill.
A wind turbiune at an organic farm in Upstate New York is just the first in a series of energy-saving projects the owners have planned.
The headquarters for the Jewish advocacy group AJC has earned LEED certification with an eco-friendly retrofit that overhauled most of its essential systems.