Columbia’s architecture school is plotting a bold future for how the profession will design and deliver 21st century projects.
Swift Wind Turbines, as these devices are known, are designed specifically for rooftop operation and are being tested in Albany for viability throughout New York State.
Did you know? The largest commercial net-metered photovoltaic system in the entire country is located on Bergen Street in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.
Based in what it believes is prime wind energy country upstate, the company plans to move into the fledgling market for smaller scale, residential wind turbines beginning this fall.
The City Council’s infrastructure task force is exploring how solar power could be deployed more extensively across Gotham’s public and private building stock.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Perry Building is slated for LEED-CS Silver and will also include a photovoltaic and wind power pilot program.
An ambitious new proposal aims to build seven 400-foot wind turbines that could generate 17 megawatts of energy right on top of the Fresh Kills landfill.
The first set of microturbines to be installed under new New York City legislation authorizing their operation has been completed in Battery Park City.
It might not look like it on paper, but New York City’s clean tech industry has a promising future for attracting venture capital.
A new website aims to drive green innovation by collecting environment-friendly patents and making them available to the public.