Small businesses and non-profits in NY now have access to $50,000 in low-interest financing to make energy-efficiency upgrades in their buildings.
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.
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.
In New York, academics, businesses and government hope to demonstrate a new model for data center and renewable energy operations, using wind and solar power.
A workforce training program for women and minorities interested in pursuing careers in energy efficiency is being developed in Buffalo, New York.
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.