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76 West opens next round of competition for clean energy companies (access required)

The 76West Clean Energy Competition has launched another round, accepting applications from “emerging clean energy companies” that are willing to relocate to or expand connections with the Southern Tier in exchange for a prize of up to $1 million. Applications ...

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NYSERDA and PathStone part of economic recovery project in Puerto Rico (access required)

Puerto Rico is getting a $4.5 million boost in its economic development arm, with a public-private project aimed at accelerating solar business on the island. The package involves $3.8 million from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to train workers in ...

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State and private colleges reach agreement on clean energy campaign (access required)

New York State and private colleges are linking arms to support cleaner energy. The state announced on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding between the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, ...

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Power producer at Eastman Business Park wins $5 million in state carbon challenge (access required)

 The utility company that modernized energy production at the former Kodak Park and turned it away from coal has won $5 million from a carbon-reduction contest run by New York State. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Friday that Recycled ...

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NOHMS to create batteries with environment in mind (access required)

NOHMS Technologies Inc. will begin developing batteries with the electrical grid and climate stress in mind. The Rochester manufacturer—established in 2011 as a spinout from Cornell University—has received funding from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Technology ...

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State offers tax breaks and money for energy technology to farmers (access required)

New York farmers are eligible for two Christmas presents from the state: money for clean energy technologies and a 10-year extension of a tax waiver for farm buildings. New York State Energy and Research Development Authority announced on Tuesday that ...

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Two Rochester universities win $1 million each in energy conservation contest (access required)

Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester both won $1 million grants in a statewide college competition to develop energy saving and sustainability projects. Suffolk County Community College on Long Island won the third prize offered in the ...

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State to hold clean transportation listening sessions (access required)

A number of state departments are seeking to engage residents and businesses through upcoming listening sessions on clean transportation. The state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), Department of Transportation (DOT) and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority ...

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Rochester area companies dominate 76West clean energy contest (access required)

Five Rochester-area companies are among the 20 finalists in the 76West Clean Energy Competition, vying for $2.5 million in prize money. New York State Energy Research and Development Agency announced the finalists today (Friday, June 29). The five were among ...

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State provides $15 million in grants for energy grid modernization projects (access required)

The state is setting aside $15 million to fund projects that will modernize New York’s power grid through renewable energy supplies, efficiency and overall performance. Energy entrepreneurs have until July 18 to submit concept papers for the competitive awards in ...

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