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Solar Energy

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Solar energy creates good paying jobs and healthy neighborhoods by providing New Yorkers with access to clean, affordable, renewable energy from local solar installers.

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Building A More Resilient NYC

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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 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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DCAS Partners With W2NYC To Launch IDEA Program

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Do you have a technology that can reduce building energy use & operating costs? The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services is partnering with World to NYC to help find companies to participate in its newly-launched Innovative Demonstrations for Energy Adaptability (IDEA) program.

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Combating Climate Change with Technology

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How can innovative technologies help strengthen New York City’s economy by preparing small businesses for natural disasters? These 37 RISE : NYC finalists have some ideas.

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Urban Future Lab

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The Urban Future Lab is New York City’s premier facility for the cleantech and energy community, supporting company formation and showcasing innovation.

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July 2013 Economic Snapshot

Energy consumption in New York City as well as our regular summary of the City's economy.

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NYC Cleantech Innovators Compete in New Energy Symposium

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Each summer, New York's top clean technology startups come together to pitch to a panel of the industry’s leading investors. This year the event returns to the New York Academy of Sciences for the 7th Annual New Energy Symposium on July 18-19, 2012.

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Deputy Mayor Holloway Announces RFPs to Build New Solar And Wind Power Facilities

Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway, New York City Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Carter Strickland and New York City Economic Development Corporation President Seth W. Pinsky today announced the release of a Request for Proposals to design, construct, install and operate solar and wind power facilities at Fresh Kills on Staten Island.

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Urban Innovation & Sustainability

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Find new information about programs that are making NYC into the world's model for a smart, sustainable, and resilient city.