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Cornell joins hydrogen fuel hub consortium in New York

By Alicia Moore

The university and two of its research startups are taking part in an effort to propose the clean energy facility.Cornell as well as two of its research startups have announced that they are joining a consortium for the purpose of proposing a northeast New York hydrogen fuel hub.

04/26/22
                                                               

New York City energy veterans defend the home turf with microgrids

By Elisa Wood Photo: Mervas , shutterctock

New York holds a special place in the hearts of microgridders because it was early to the game, rolling out a $40 million program to promote the technology eight years ago, back when the term microgrids was so new to the lexicon that spell-checkers were convinced you meant micrograms.

04/25/22
                                                               

American Lung Association: NYC’s air quality is improving, but still gets a failing grade

By Rosemary Misdary Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

More than 22.5 million people are breathing bad air across New York City, Newark and its surrounding areas – and just over half are people of color. These conclusions come from the 23rd annual State of the Air report released Thursday morning by the American Lung Association. It assesses human exposure to known hazardous pollutants such as ozone and particulate matter by analyzing nationwide data initially collected by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from 2018 to 2020.

04/21/22
                                                               

New York green lights massive renewable energy projects to cut fossil fuel reliance

By Shirin Ali Photo: Julie Jacobson , AP

New York state approved contracts for two massive infrastructure projects that will enable the state to power its electric grid with clean, renewable energy.

04/15/22
                                                               

New York shows the challenges of phasing out fossil fuels

By Maxine Joselow Photo: Hans Pennink/Associated Press

In December, when the New York City Council voted to ban natural gas use in new buildings, environmentalists in the Big Apple barely stopped to celebrate.

04/12/22
                                                               

Here’s How Slowly New York City Is Moving on Electric Vehicles

By Winnie Hu , Nadav Gavrielov and Others Photo: Gabby Jones , The New York Times

There are just 15 electric public buses on the streets of New York, out of a fleet of more than 5,900 buses. There is just a single electric police patrol car, a Tesla, and only one electric garbage truck.

04/06/22
                                                               

New USGS Maps Show Flood Levels On Lake Ontario’s US Shoreline By Lake Levels

By Communications and Publishing

New flood inundation maps developed by the U.S. Geological Survey provide tools emergency managers and communities along Lake Ontario’s U.S. shoreline can use to visualize potential flooding at different lake levels.

03/17/22
                                                               

NRG’s Proposed Astoria Power Plant Slammed as Company Attempts to Revive Plans

By Allie Griffin

A large energy company that had its plans to build a power plant in Astoria rejected by the state in October has challenged the decision and in doing so has drawn the ire of local officials and activists.

03/17/22
                                                               

New York’s power companies want to expand the meaning of ‘zero emissions’

By Colin Kinniburgh Photo: Erik MCGregor , Getty Images

Last June, in the tumult of the final days of New York’s legislative session, the state Senate passed a bill that almost no one – outside of the power industry lobbyists who crafted it – paid much attention to.

03/15/22
                                                               

Power Industry Quietly Pushes New York to Endorse Non-Renewable Energy

By Colin Kinniburgh Photo: Steve Harris

Last June, in the tumult of the final days of New York’s legislative session, the state Senate passed a bill that almost no one – outside of the power industry lobbyists who crafted it – paid much attention to.

03/15/22