Despite the gloom on Wall Street, an investment bank focusing entirely on green technology is on track to double its revenues by 2009.
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There’s quite a bit of important green building-related activity taking place across the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey.
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 program is offered through NYSERDA and offers interest rate deductions on loans supporting energy efficiency improvements to real property.
At Norwalk Community College in Connecticut, students are petitioning against a new lab building’s relative lack of green features.
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.
A new program will provide over $100 million towards financing solar power systems across the state of New Jersey.
At Astor Wines and Spirits, two microturbines are providing enough electricity to heat, cool, and power the store and its upstairs cooking school and gallery space.
It might not look like it on paper, but New York City’s clean tech industry has a promising future for attracting venture capital.