Clean Energy Curation ™ FIRM
Specializing in Commercial Real Estate
SUPPORTING THE MANAGEMENT, CURATION, AND DEPLOYMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROJECTS AND THEIR PROGRAMS FOR
THE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE COMMUNITY
(New York State Energy Research Development Authority)
NYSERDA’s 10-year, $5 billion CEF (Clean Energy Fund)
supports clean energy market development and innovation
The goal for NY-Sun- is the development of a sustainable, self-sufficient solar industry in the State. To get there, NY-Sun has incentive programs that support solar projects for commercial and industrial companies, homes, multifamily buildings, small commercial, not-for-profit and municipal buildings. The K-Solar program helps schools install solar. The Affordable Solar program provides low-to-moderate income residents with assistance to develop solar projects.
(Combined Heat & Power)
Promotes installation of clean, efficient, and commercially available combined heat and power (CHP) systems up to 3 MW by way of pre-approved vendors and a catalog of system options. Installations of custom engineered CHP systems from (1 MW to 3 MW)
(PRE-CON) / (RETROFIT)
Geared towards the permanent energy efficiency adoption within new and highly renovated buildings - designed and constructed in New York State.
The Commercial New Construction Program -provides technical and financial support to improve the energy efficiency of new and
substantially-renovated building projects
"Climate change is a reality, and not to address it is gross negligence by government and irresponsible as citizens." - Governor Cuomo
New Yorkers know firsthand the devastating effects of climate change. Over the past six years, New York State has experienced more extreme weather events than any other time in recent history. Governor Cuomo has taken decisive action to lead the fight against climate change and protect our environment for generations to come.
New York State has banned fracking and is committed to phasing out antiquated, polluting coal plants.
The Governor's Clean Energy Standard, the first-ever state clean energy mandate, ensures 50% of electricity consumed will come from renewable energy by 2030.
Reforming the Energy Vision
BUILDING A CLEAN, MORE RESILIENT, AND AFFORDABLE ENERGY SYSTEM FOR
ALL NEW YORKERS.
Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) is Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s comprehensive energy strategy for New York. REV helps consumers make more informed energy choices, develop new energy products and services, and protect the environment while creating new jobs and economic opportunity throughout the State.
REV 2030 Goals:
40% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels
50% of electricity generated must come from renewable sources
23% reduction in energy consumption of buildings from 2012 levels
The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a presentation and discussion with Richard L. Kauffman, Chairman of Energy & Finance for New York State in the office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.
“One of the most critical components in our fight against climate change is the modernization of our electric grid. I encourage entrepreneurs and clean energy companies to join in New York’s mission to lead the nation in protecting the planet by investing in renewable energy and help make our system more resilient against whatever Mother Nature throws our way,” said Governor Cuomo.
Alicia Barton, President, and CEO, NYSERDA, added: “Integrating clean, renewable energy into a more efficient, high performing grid is critical to New York meet it's ambitious energy goals, but we can’t do it alone. Governor Cuomo’s vision for modernizing our electric grid, reducing costs for customers, and providing clean and efficient energy for New Yorkers can only become a reality with the help of innovative and forward-thinking ideas from industry participants.”