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Thruway Authority mulls wind project

The New York State Thruway Authority is the latest state agency to explore the development of wind power, issuing a request for information Monday from the wind turbine power industry to possibly build turbines along the Thruway.

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Wind turbine firm aims to tap growing market

A Geneseo-based developer of wind turbines is moving full speed ahead with its product, which was introduced to the marketplace in late 2009. The goal is to hit $500 million in sales in five years, its top leaders say. "The ...

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WindTamer appoints VP of operations

A third former Ultralife Corp. executive has taken a job at WindTamer Corp. The Geneseo-based developer and manufacturer of wind turbine technology Tuesday announced the appointment of Adeeb Saba as vice president of operations.

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Graham inks contracts worth $34M

Graham Corp. has been awarded more than $34 million in contracts, the Batavia firm announced Friday. The first is an order in excess of $25 million from Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding.

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RIT, Delphi program to get federal funds

A joint program between Rochester Institute of Technology and Delphi Corp.’s automotive systems will get $1.6 million to apply fuel-cell technology into Department of Defense power systems.

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Researcher aims to set standards at U.N. workshop

A report written by a former Rochester Institute of Technology researcher on creating international standards for reporting chemicals in consumer products is slated to become the basis of a United Nations workshop next week and a new program at the ...

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Energy East becomes Iberdrola USA

The name of the holding company for Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. has been changed to Iberdrola USA from Energy East Corp., and Mark Lynch has been named president of RG&E and of New York State Electric & Gas Corp., Iberdrola officials announced Monday.

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Challenge will put area on a low-carbon diet

By 2012, Cool Rochester wants Monroe County to be lighter-by roughly 1 billion pounds. The organization is leading a three-year effort to reduce annual carbon dioxide emissions by a billion pounds, engaging 80,000 households to do so. Unlike efforts that ...

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Power Authority seeks proposals for wind projects

The New York Power Authority has released requests for proposals for the development of off-shore wind power projects in Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, the agency said Tuesday.

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B&L earns energy rating for headquarters

The Bausch & Lomb Inc. headquarters building earned an Energy Star rating for energy efficiency from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, company officials announced Tuesday.

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Ultralife COO resigns

William Schmitz has resigned as chief operating officer at Ultralife Corp., effective Monday, to become president of WindTamer Corp., a developer of wind turbine technology in Geneseo, Livingston County.

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