Newly funded initiatives in New York aim to improve the efficiency of state-owned buildings by 20 percent while quadrupling the amount of solar generation.
Binghampton University recently celebrated the opening of two new labs, including a solar lab that will focus on developing new thin-film solar technologies.
Union College’s World Center has earned LEED Gold certification, and the building features a kiosk where visitors can monitor the building’s real-time energy usage.
In the last decade cycling has grown massively in New York. Alongside this quiet revolution is another, as more and more New Yorkers are buying electric bikes.
A new power project has opened at a farm in upstate New York, processing cow manure and food waste to provide enough energy to 11,000 homes.
The New York Power Authority is launching a $30 million energy initiative aimed at lowering the cost of solar power generation.
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!