On December 4th, 2018, the Jacob Javits Convention Center was presented with a check from NuEnergen Energy Management and Consulting for more than $500,000. The check represents their largest-ever Demand Response earnings thanks to their summer 2018 participation. Demand Response is a program run by the utility and power grid to balance energy supply and demand and helps protect against unplanned power outages. Clients get paid for curtailment participation when the grid is stressed and at risk of failure.
New York City stays cool this summer as they actively work to reduce energy usage. Spectrum News NY1 got a tour of the command center used by citywide administrative services. Through NuEnergen’s online dashboard, EnerTrac, DCAS can instantly access their energy usage. DCAS uses this web-based tool to track energy use at facilities across the five boroughs.
On April 11, 2018, The NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) received a check for over $10 million due to its enrollment in our Demand Response program with NYISO and Con Edison. DCAS manages the utility accounts for all City government agencies and the City of New York is the single largest participant in the Demand Response programs.
On April 26th, 2018, GSA Region 2 celebrated Earth Day with a $429,430.54 check from NuEnergen Energy Management and Consulting. This check was earned by GSA throughout the 2017 year for their enrollment in Demand Response programs in New York and New Jersey. These programs enable GSA property managers to reduce energy use at the enrolled buildings during peak high demand periods and help reduce the strain on the electric power grid to avoid blackouts and brownouts.
Representatives from the Division of School Facilities and Department of Sustainability were there to speak and offer words of praise for the various facilities that participate in the program. NuEnergen along with ConEdison spoke about the DR offerings in the City and provided updates on the impending summer season.
The Green Business Partnership, a program of the Business Council of Westchester in affiliation with Westchester County and Green Team Spirit LLC honored 7 organizations at the 8th Annual Green Business Partnership Awards in Peekskill, NY on Tuesday.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo unveiled the 20th proposal of the 2018 State of the State: A comprehensive agenda to combat climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and growing the clean energy economy. New York will continue its progress in slashing emissions from existing fossil fuel power plants and added to his agenda, unprecedented commitments to advance clean energy technologies, including offshore wind, solar, energy storage and energy efficiency, will spur market development and create jobs across the state. Governor Cuomo also wants to commit at least $200 million from the NY Green Bank for storage investments that will help integrate renewable energy.
Happy Tuesday. We are happy to share the latest press release from Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's office announcing that the New York Power Authority Board of Trustees has approved another round of 38 low-cost power allocations under the Governor's ReCharge NY Program - Enjoy.
Governor Cuomo Announces ReCharge NY Power Allocations to Help29 Employers Hire Over 1,000 Workers
On December 28, 2017, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the New York Power Authority Board of Trustees has approved another round of 38 low-cost power allocations under the Governor's ReCharge NY Program. This most recent approval is expected to spur $1.4 billion in new capital investment in the state and create 1,006 new jobs.
Administered by the New York Power Authority, ReCharge NY spurs economic development by providing low-cost power to businesses and other entities that agree to retain or create jobs and commit to new capital spending. It was launched at the start of the Governor's administration in 2011, and now the ReCharge NY program is providing power to 744 businesses and not-for-profit organizations, creating and retaining jobs, and sparking capital investment in regions throughout New York.