Power and renewables

New York's clean energy future

ESJ New Yorks clean energy future

Setting the stage for New York's new energy opportunities

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New York's clean energy future

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Setting the stage for New York's new energy opportunities

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New York's clean energy future

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Setting the stage for New York's new energy opportunities

ESJ New Yorks clean energy future

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“Green energy is a pressing moral imperative and a prime economic opportunity. New York can and will be the nation’s leader for renewable energy innovation and production,” said New York governor Andrew Cuomo in January. Jodi Ackerman Frank has a look at what’s going on to achieve this.

BEST Test Center, located in the industrial complex managed by Eastman Kodak in Rochester, was established through a partnership between NY-BEST, New York State and global technology testing, inspection and certification company DNV in 2014.

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New York's clean energy future

ESJ New Yorks clean energy future

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Setting the stage for New York's new energy opportunities