Anthony Aebi is building homes of the future right now in Hudson Valley. These new homes are designed to be highly efficient, incorporate solar photovoltaic (PV) as well as geothermal technologies, and are competitively priced with conventionally built homes of similar size in the area. But a big attraction for homeowners goes beyond environmental stewardship.
Read the Greenhill Contracting Case Study.
In 1927, a German immigrant started GAL Manufacturing Corp., a company that makes elevator parts near Yankee Stadium in New York City for customers around the world. And Paul Seifried, GAL’s Vice President, wants the 85-year old family business to be pioneering rather than “old school” about energy. To cut costs associated with electricity and improve the Bronx neighborhood and the environment, the company looked into installing a rooftop solar array.
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Dykes Lumber Company
Dykes Lumber Company incorporates the sun across its business. The lumber and building materials company has been serving New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania for more than 100 years. Aside from depending on sun to help grow trees for lumber, the company had started to use the sun to power two locations in New Jersey (Aberdeen and Weehauken).
Read the Dykes Lumber Case Study.