The recent news about climate change, hurricanes, firestorms etc is sobering and relates to a significant, often overlooked, cause of climate change namely, the massive amounts of food that we throw away.
This ends up in landfills and, in rotting, emits methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. We seem to be challenged by climate […]
Come to the Capital Region’s largest indoor/outdoor Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair on Saturday, October 28 from 10 – 4 pm at the Doane Stuart School, 199 Washington Ave. Rensselaer, NY.
Judith Enck, former Obama Regional EPA administrator will be the keynote speaker at noon, along with other workshop speakers throughout the entire […]
Judith Enck will be the 2017 Renewable Energy & Sustainable Fair keynote speaker. Many other informative people will be presenting at this Fair too. The event will occur on Saturday, October 28 from 10 – 4 pm at Doane Stuart School 199 Washington Ave. Rensselaer, NY. Admission and parking are free.
Judith is […]
September 7, 2017, Upstate New York – Today, Dandelion, a geothermal startup that recently graduated X, the research and development lab at Google’s parent company, announces the selection of its first installation partner, Aztech Geothermal. The companies will complete all of Dandelion’s 2017 installations.
Dandelion is making geothermal heating and cooling affordable by introducing a […]
Hanford Mills Museum is offering a two-day course September 16-17 on the theory and practical operation of a wood-fired steam power plant. Steam Power 101 will be taught by Joe Michaels, who designed and helped build the Museum’s wood-fired steam power plant. Before his retirement, he was senior mechanical engineer at the New York Power […]
Generating almost 1MW of power, this solar PV array will provide Dimension Fabricators all its electrical needs. Courtesy image: Dimension Fabricators, Inc.
By Green Energy Times Staff
The New York Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and the Center for Economic Growth (CEG) announced SolarGEN, the first state-supported Solarize campaign aimed at […]
Shared Solar Pilot Program
By George Harvey
Last October, New York utility, Consolidated Edison (Con Ed), made public the specifics of a plan to get electricity generated from solar photovoltaic (PV) systems to its low-income customers. The latest news on this is that the pilot program has been approved by the New York Public Service […]
Dallas-Based Skyven Technologies Named $1 Million Grand Prize Winner – Will Expand Business to the Southern Tier; Grow Southern Tier’s Clean Energy Economy
Competition Complements “Southern Tier Soaring” – the Region’s Strategic Plan to Generate Robust Economic Growth and Community Development
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the six winning companies […]
The New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) is leading the development of offshore wind on behalf of the State. Throughout 2017, NYSERDA is conducting extensive stakeholder outreach and directing more than twenty studies and surveys to ensure offshore wind is developed responsibly. This work will culminate in the New York State Offshore […]
People and Planet over Profits – Public Hearings Start this Week
National Grid wants to raise electricity and gas rates in upstate New York, starting next year. If the request is granted, the average residential customer’s bill would go up by $17.63. (Customers who receive electricity service only from National Grid would see […]