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State allocates $52M for clean energy hubs, including in Finger Lakes (access required)

The hubs would serve as centers of outreach, awareness and education to help foster participation, especially those in underserved or otherwise disadvantaged communities, in New York's clean energy transition, the governor's office said.

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Plug Power establishes graduate scholarship at RIT   (access required)

Plug Power Inc. is partnering with Rochester Institute of Technology to provide scholarship support to a graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in engineering, sustainability and the sciences.  The first Plug Graduate Scholarship was awarded this year to Mamta Choudhary, ...

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GCEDC advances an array of solar energy projects (access required)

The Genesee County Economic Development Center board of directors this week advanced final resolutions for solar projects that would generate $576.5 million of capital investment. The board also accepted an application for a $6.5 million community solar project in the ...

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GCEDC approves incentives for revamped hotel with indoor water park in Batavia (access required)

The Genesee County Economic Development Center board of directors advanced five projects totaling some $582.5 million of investments at its board meeting earlier this week.   The board approved final incentives for a $12 million tourism hospitality project led by 8250 ...

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Setting an example in sustainable energy, one public corporation at a time (access required)

"This project demonstrates how public entities can help lead the way," Monroe County Executive Adam Bello said. "The future generations are looking at the actions we're taking now."

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Monroe County Water Authority’s solar array goes online (access required)

The MCWA partnered with Sol Systems, a renewable energy company based in Washington, D.C., and the New York Power Authority on the project. Energy from the array is fed into the Rochester Gas & Electric grid, and the MCWA then receives a credit on its bill.

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