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A Zondits Interview: UTC Accelerates Energy Efficiency with NYSERDA in an Ever-Evolving Digital World

Kelly O’Connell, ERS for Zondits, September 18, 2018 Last year, United Technologies Corporation (UTC) opened a new office in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood to house their Digital Accelerator. Zondits sat down with Korinti Recalde, Senior Director of Sustainability at UTC, and Lauren Brust Moss, Program Director at NORESCO, to hear about the LEED® Gold space and […]

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Maximizing Energy Storage Value: Bill Savings and Demand Response Participation

Kerry Burke, ERS for Zondits, September 17, 2018 With the recent release of the New York State Energy Storage Roadmap along with the New York City permitting guide for outdoor lithium ion systems, the momentum behind storage as a viable solution continues to grow. Simultaneously, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) […]

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New York’s Energy Storage Roadmap: Another Step in the Right Direction

Written by Kerry Burke, ERS, August 22, 2018 In his 2018 State of the State address, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced a 1,500 megawatt (MW) energy storage target by 2025. This impressive number is equivalent to approximately one-fifth of the electric demand for all New York State homes. New York will also be establishing a […]

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New York State Outlines Energy Storage Goal Roadmap

New York unveils roadmap to 1.5 GW storage by 2025 Written by Iulia Gheorghiu, utilitydive.com, June 21, 2018 Dive Brief: New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday announced a comprehensive state energy storage roadmap — 1,500 MW by 2025, as a first stop toward a larger goal by 2030. The roadmap’s recommendations range from using the previously […]

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Cryptocurrency Miners will be Charged Higher Power Rates In New York

Munis to charge cryptocurrency miners higher power prices in New York Written by Robert Walton, Utility Dive, March 16, 218 Dive Brief: New York regulators will allow municipal power providers to charge higher rates to high-load cryptocurrency mining operations, which are using large amounts of power and driving up prices for other customers. In upstate New York, […]