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Money for Power Plants to Reduce GHG Emissions

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority is making available $14.5 million for replicable projects that demonstrate reduction of greenhouse gas emissions at power plants through the use of market-ready technologies. Examples of eligible technologies include advanced controls for plants, boiler controls, advanced burners, turbine retrofits, waste-heat recovery, … Read more »


New York Opens Data on Thousands of Solar Projects

Solar companies and prospective commercial and residential customers can now view details of nearly 10,000 solar projects that have participated in New York’s open enrollment solar incentive programs over the past 10 years, including the ramp up of installations under the state’s NY-Sun initiative. The data is publicly available on … Read more »

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Plug Power Fuel Cells to Power Refrigeration Units

Plug Power has received $500,000 from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to evaluate replacing diesel generators with hydrogen fuel cells for powering transport refrigeration units (TRUs) on trailers hauled by trucks that deliver perishable goods. NYSERDA selected Plug Power to develop a fuel cell and … Read more »

NY Launches $19M Alt-Fuel Truck Voucher Program

New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has launched a $19 million truck voucher program to encourage companies to purchase battery-electric commercial trucks as well as other energy-efficient transportation, including hybrid and compressed natural gas trucks. The New York Truck Voucher Incentive Program includes two voucher funds. The first: $9 million … Read more »

New York Eyes $1bn Green Bank, Electric Car Network

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed creating a green bank to spur private investment in the clean economy. He also called for a state-wide electric car network and an extension to the state’s solar program. Cuomo briefly described these plans and named Richard Kauffman to a cabinet-level energy czar … Read more »

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