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.
Westchester Community College’s Gateway Center — including classrooms and language labs for ESL learners — has taken LEED Gold certification for green practices.
Freshkills Park has been selected as the site for the 2012 Land Art Generator competition, which challenges designers to create public art that produces power.
A 500-unit LEED certified apartment development on Roosevelt Island produces its own power and heat via a fuel cell combined heat and power system.
After almost a year of delay, IKEA’s Brooklyn location is now generating solar energy as its rooftop solar installation was given approval by Con Edison.
The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Golisano Institute for Sustainability will be housed in a new facility that will be a “living laboratory” of green tech.
Six schools in New York’s South Country school district have received rooftop solar power that should provide 158,000 kwh of energy generated per school.