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WindTamer removes founder from posts

WindTamer Corp. said this week Adeeb Saba, vice president of operations, will lead development efforts for the Geneseo firm’s wind turbine technology, replacing Gerald Brock, the company’s founder and inventor of WindTamer technology.

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Majority supports offshore wind power on Lake Ontario

  Three-quarters of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll support offshore wind power on Lake Ontario. The New York Power Authority issued a request for proposals last December to develop an offshore wind farm in Lake Ontario ...

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Products could save utilities mega-dollars

An alternative energy company with local roots is unveiling products that could result in multibillion-dollar annual savings for utility companies and might drastically reduce carbon emissions. Stephen Phillips, chief operating officer of EcoEarthEnergy Inc., said the firm’s focus is on ...

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Thruway Authority to develop energy master plan

The New York State Thruway Authority on Wednesday announced a $400,000 agreement with Buffalo energy engineering firm C.J. Brown Energy P.C. to develop an energy master plan for Thruway and state canal facilities.

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Ultralife posts Q1 profit; revenues dip

Improving manufacturing processes and making more advanced battery and communications systems helped drive a first-quarter profit at Ultralife Corp., the Newark firm said Thursday.

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Zeller headquarters earns LEED certification

Zeller Corp., a controls and automation products distributor, gained LEED silver certification for its headquarters on University Avenue, Zeller’s design firm announced today.

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Clean energy grants and incentives spring up

Blue Springs Energy LLC is celebrating its first anniversary this month, having helped New York governments and other clients get nearly $7 million in federal and state clean energy grants and incentives. While it focuses on government entities, the Webster ...

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Sales of wind energy grow for RG&E

Rochester Gas and Electric Inc. sold 39.1 million kilowatt hours of wind energy in 2009, a 2.6 percent increase from 2008.

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PSC sets public hearings on RG&E, NYSEG rate increases

Public hearings, including one in Rochester, have been scheduled by the state Public Service Commission related to proposed rate increases by Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. and New York State Electric & Gas Corp.

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WindTamer names new CEO

WindTamer Corp. has named William Schmitz as its CEO, succeeding founder Gerald Brock.

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Army buys unit from WindTamer

WindTamer Corp. has sold a mobile trailer-mounted turbine and energy storage unit to the U.S. Army, the Geneseo-based firm said Wednesday.

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N.Y. ranks second in energy efficiency

New York ranks as the fourth-largest consumer of energy among U.S. states and the second-most efficient energy consumer, the New York State Energy Research Development Authority states in a report released Tuesday.

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Graham nets trio of orders worth $6 million

Graham Corp. announced Tuesday it has received roughly $6 million in orders for vacuum systems to be installed at facilities in the United States, Africa and South America.

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