Power Generation

Produce your own clean power

Electricity generation accounts for 24% of greenhouse gas emissions in New York State. Save money and live in comfort by generating energy with renewable resources. These cleaner sources of energy reduce emissions and dependence on fossil fuels while improving the environment and public health.

Keep your future bright with solar energy

Lower your energy bills by producing your own pollution-free power with a solar electric system. Solar power provides year-round benefits, allowing you to save money and improve the environment.

 

Recycle heat to improve your bottom line

Save money and conserve energy by putting heat from electricity production to work. Combined heat and power (CHP) systems improve the fuel efficiency of your building by recycling the exhaust heat from power generation for useful purposes. The combination approach is more efficient and can be more economical than traditional separate systems.

Let the earth warm you up

Even in northern climates, the ground temperature constantly stays around 50 degrees at about four feet beneath the earth's surface. By installing geothermal heat pumps, you can harness this moderate temperature to provide heating in the winter and cooling in the summer. Geothermal heat pumps installed in energy-efficient homes use dramatically less electricity than traditional electric heating and cooling systems.

An energy choice that will blow you away

Have a say in where your energy comes from by harnessing the wind. Choosing a wind power energy system helps you reduce your energy bills, improve your carbon footprint, and make the electric grid more reliable.

 

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Frank Mace
Advanced Technologies and Solar Thermal
518-862-1090 x3433
Mark Mayhew
Wind
518-862-1090 x3319
Edward Kear
On-site Power Generation
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Renewable Heat NY
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Scott Larsen
Fuel Cell
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