Clean Tech

Edenworks

Find out how Jason Green and his partners at Edenworks are making agriculture part of the built environment of NYC.

Urban Innovation & Sustainability

Urbantech NYC

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To help New York City's entrepreneurship ecosystem grow, NYCEDC launched a new model of support for fast-growing companies that are solving our most pressing urban challenges.

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Building A More Resilient NYC

 |  NYCEDC
Selected from more than 200 applications, the 11 winning RISE : NYC teams stand out for their innovative technologies. Together, they will share $30 million to implement their technologies at small businesses across the city.

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April Economic Snapshot: Energy and the Environment in New York City

 |  NYCEDC
In the April 2015 Economic Snapshot, we examine the costs of the status quo, the extent to which NYC has invested in alternative energy sources, and the environmental impacts.

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April 2015 Economic Snapshot

Energy and the environment in New York City, as well as our regular summary of the city's economy.

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Helping Urban Tech Startups Reach the Next Level

 |  NYCEDC
NYCEDC is seeking an operator with a large entrepreneurship network, proven business-development success, and experience with securing and managing real estate to develop and launch the Urban Technology Growth Hub.

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The Solar Alternative

 |  NYCEDC
NYCEDC supports the growth of the solar energy in NYC. Earlier this month, members of NYCEDC's Clean Technology and Energy team helped install a solar photovoltaic system on a home in Far Rockaway through Grid Alternatives, the nation's largest nonprofit solar contractor.

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September Economic Snapshot: Measuring Recycling Awareness

 |  NYCEDC
This month, we examine recycling awareness in NYC as measured with 311 data. The report suggests that recycling-related 311 calls can serve as a big data proxy for climate awareness.

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Preparing For The Next Storm Through Innovation And New Technology

 |  NYCEDC
RISE: NYC is a $30 million global competition looking for technologies and solutions with the greatest potential to improve resiliency. "Resiliency" became a buzzword after Hurricane Sandy. But what does it really mean?