NYSERDA

EES Programs (Cover Sheet)
The following list of projects are NYSERDA's Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs which offer comprehensive energy solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. By providing technical assistance and financial incentives, building owners can make informed decisions to design and renovate efficient buildings.  C&I customers interested in identifying energy saving opportunities can turn to NYSERDA for consultation and cost-sharing studies. In addition, manufacturers, data centers and Agriculture can address their unique business goals through targeted services. 

These C&I projects listed include those submitted through the CFA process and pre-CFA (prior to Sept. 2011).  In the case of projects submitted pre-CFA, the award was been provided during the CFA time period.  These projects represent all contracts executed during September through December 2011.

Cleaner Greener

Capital Region

City of Albany
The City of Albany will develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for the Capital Region to establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.  The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy efficiency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. 
The City of Albany has received an award letter from NYSERDA, and the contract process is being finalized. 

Southern Tier
Tompkins County
Tompkins County will develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for the Southern Tier to establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.  The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy efficiency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. 
Tompkins County has received an award letter from NYSERDA, and the contract is being executed by NYSERDA.
 
Mid-Hudson
Orange County
Orange County will develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for the Mid-Hudson region to establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.  The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy efficiency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. 
Orange County has received an award letter from NYSERDA. 

New York City
City of New York
The City of New York will develop a Regional Sustainability Plan to establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.  The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy efficiency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. 
The City of New York has received an award letter from NYSERDA. 

Western New York

Allegany County
Allegany County will develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for Western New York to establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.  The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy efficiency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. 
Allegany County has received an award letter from NYSERDA. 

North Country
Essex County
Essex County will develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for the North Country to establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.  The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy efficiency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. 
Allegany County has received an award letter from NYSERDA, and the contract process is being finalized. 

Central New York
Onondaga County
Onondaga County will develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for Central New York to establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.  The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy efficiency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. 
Onondaga County has received an award letter from NYSERDA, and the contract process is being finalized. 

Agency Program Name CFA # Region Applicant Name Project Name Project Description CFA Award Amount Contract Executed Anticipated Completion Date
NYSERDA Electric Vehicle City 61854 Capital District City of Schenectady Electric Vehicle City Since the announcement of the Governor's Charge NY initiative and other pioneering efforts by municipalities and transportation focused organizations, there has been increasing attention for the need to expand installation of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) throughout New York State. This will result in more sustainable transportation networks, better air quality, greenhouse gas emissions reductions, and economic growth in the EV industry and communities across the state. Located near high-volume commuting routes, The City of Schenectady has been recognized as a prime location for additional EVSE infrastructure and is home to several significant regional employers with a robust retail, entertainment and tourism industry. The Project is separated into three discreet components: creation of an EV Destination district, the purchase of six advanced vehicles using aggregate purchasing models, and direct consumer marketing and education on EVSE and advanced vehicle technologies. During the first phase of the Project, the City will collaborate with public and private stakeholders to create and implement an EV Destination District and will install eight municipal and public-facing EVSE. In the second phase of the Project, the City will explore its options to coordinate an aggregate purchase with neighboring communities if a program is not currently in operation. Through these efforts, the City will purchase at least six advanced vehicles and will document their experiences for other municipalities to learn from. During the last phase of the Project, the City will facilitate at least one community-focused educational event and hold a regional event focused on EV awareness and opportunities associated with purchasing EVs.  The City will also be collaborating with staff in the Climate Smart Communities Program to facilitate an exchange of knowledge between Climate Smart Communities on the benefits of becoming EV-friendly. $250,000.00
NYSERDA LED Streetlight Conversion 62563 Mid-Hudson Town of Bedford LED Streetlight Conversion The Town of Bedford intends to convert approximately 571 existing high pressure sodium and mercury vapor streetlights to LED fixtures. The purpose of the project is to utilize less energy, reducing the Town’s carbon footprint, and also reducing the Town’s annual electricity cost, creating a benefit to the community. In addition, LEDs can provide a better quality of light, enhancing safety and visibility at night. Fixture will be installed and maintained as necessary by a licensed electrical contractor. $250,000.00
NYSERDA Cleaner Greener Category 3 Community Partnership 53356 Capital District Capital District Regional Planning Commission Cleaner Greener Category 3 Community Partnership The Capital District Regional Planning Commission (CDRPC) proposes to serve as the Eastern New York State Community Partnership (NYSCP) Program Coordinator in the Capital Region, North Country, Mohawk Valley, and Mid-Hudson regions. In conjunction with program partners, including the Adirondack North Country Association, the Mohawk Valley Economic Development District and the Hudson Valley Regional Council, it will deploy Regional Support Contractors to leverage regional partnerships and locally based networks to encourage adoption of energy efficiency technologies and policies, smart growth and sustainable land-use planning practices and use of renewables. The project is expected to help communities develop and replicate advanced clean energy demonstration projects. $3,000,000.00 Monday, June 14, 2021 - 20:00
NYSERDA NY Community Project 55811 Mid-Hudson EV Connect NY Community Project The Community-Based EV Charging and EV Rebate Program will increase the number of EV-ready communities across the State and adoption of EVs. Led by EV Connect, the consortium includes NYPA, GE, GM and New York-based Spark Fund. The program seeks to deploy GE manufactured EV charging stations in 50 communities at no charge to those communities. $1,800,000.00
NYSERDA NYSCP Western NY 57053 Central New York CNY RPDB NYSCP Western NY The Central New York Regional Planning Development Board project involves implementation of the New York State Community Partnership in Western New York, Southern Tier, Finger Lakes and Central New York. Work will be implemented in 24 communities to complete adoption of the Climate Smart Communities Pledge, development of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission inventories, and development of Climate Action Plans to identify GHG emission reduction priorities and opportunities. The project will build regional partnerships and locally based networks to provide clean energy tools, resources, and technical support that will help communities save on energy costs, stimulate their local clean economies and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. $3,000,000.00 Monday, June 14, 2021 - 20:00
NYSERDA Animating the Electric Vehicle Market in New York State 57356 Mohawk Valley Energetics Incorporated Animating the Electric Vehicle Market in New York State The EV Market Development program will stimulate and expand the EV market in New York by installing charging stations, offering EV incentives and conducting outreach. It includes implementing five EV charging station plans for regions along the I-90 corridor (Capital District, Mohawk Valley, Central New York, Finger Lakes and Western New York). Expected outcomes are 50 EV charging ports in critical areas where there currently are none, a model EV deployment community in Rochester and a Mid-Hudson promotion of an EV tourism package to existing EV drivers in New York City and Westchester County. $1,500,000.00
NYSERDA ECLIPSE Erie County Low Income Program for Sustainable Energy 53590 Western New York Erie County ECLIPSE Erie County Low Income Program for Sustainable Energy The Erie County Low-Income Program for Sustainable Energy (ECLIPSE) aims to create a community-scale program to provide integrated energy services for Low- to Moderate-Income (LMI) households. It will establish an Energy Services Company to purchase energy in bulk for as many as 60,000 Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) recipients in Erie County. An interdepartmental county team will work with partners, such as utilities and community organizations, to develop strategies to recruit LMI households into this bulk purchasing program. $1,500,000.00
NYSERDA PPESCO 54038 North Country Adirondack North Country Association PPESCO The Adirondack North Country Association proposes a Public-Purpose Energy Services Corporation (PPESCO), which is an innovative financing tool for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. The project will create the framework including marketing strategy and branding materials, development of a finance consortium, monitoring and verification protocols, case studies, and organizational job descriptions. $750,000.00
NYSERDA Central Kingston Green Affordable Housing Civic Uses 54322 Mid-Hudson RUPCO, Inc. Central Kingston Green Affordable Housing Civic Uses RUPCO, Inc. aims to address neighborhood blight at the former Mid City Lanes bowling alley in Kingston by providing safe, sustainable and affordable housing in a new zero-net energy structure. The co-location of a community-based arts education program, food hub and a tech incubator are envisioned to anchor the 15,000-square-feet of programmed civic space that will occupy much of the first floor. $1,000,000.00
NYSERDA NYSERDA 3 Greener Cleaner Communities 54612 New York City CALSTART, INC NYSERDA 3 Greener Cleaner Communities CALSTART, along with several partners, propose to develop and implement a transformative, private-sector business initiative?Charge to Work NYC. This program will offer a variety of incentives designed to stimulate more than 1,000 New York City commuters to replace their existing gasoline cars with zero-emission plug-in electric vehicles. Charge to Work NYC will build awareness of the benefits of EVs among consumers, work to reduce end-user EV costs, and provide access to a growing network of publicly accessible EV chargers throughout the five boroughs. $1,500,000.00
NYSERDA Capital Region Opportunity Zone EcoDistrict 54941 Capital District Affordable Housing Partnership Capital Region Opportunity Zone EcoDistrict Affordable Housing Partnership proposes an Eco-District Demonstration Project that increases the successful uptake of solar installations in low-income communities, while leveraging green technologies to accelerate neighborhood revitalization. The Sheridan Hollow Neighborhood will pilot the Eco-District concept in the City of Albany and will work with nonprofit partners in Troy and Schenectady to build demand for solar installations in Capital Region Opportunity Zones. $1,500,000.00
NYSERDA Chain Works District Emerson Redevelopment Phase 1 55124 Southern Tier Unchained Properties LLC Chain Works District Emerson Redevelopment Phase 1 The Chain Works District (CWD) will redevelop and rehabilitate the former Emerson (EPT) facility in downtown Ithaca and convert an idle industrial complex into a vibrant neighborhood of residential, commercial, office and manufacturing space linked with existing walkable streets. $1,500,000.00
NYSERDA NYS Community Partnership for NYC and Long Island 55294 New York City Solar One NYS Community Partnership for NYC and Long Island Here Comes Solar aims to reduce specific barriers that limit solar adoption in key market segments of New York City, specifically targeting the affordable house market and low-income renters, to transform the overall solar market and ensure a more even and equitable spread of the benefits of clean, renewable energy. $2,902,488.00 Monday, June 14, 2021 - 20:00
NYSERDA Getting to 80 x 50 Energy Efficiency Green Infrastructure and Water Conservation in Southeastern Queens 56950 New York City New York City Department of Environmental Protection Getting to 80 x 50 Energy Efficiency Green Infrastructure and Water Conservation in Southeastern Queens The NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), partnering with Enterprise and the NYC Housing Authority , will facilitate a three-year, stormwater management, and energy and water efficiency project at South Jamaica Houses in Queens. The project will include installation of LEDs, heating system distribution upgrades, boiler replacement, installation of green infrastructure such as green roofs, porous surface installation, installation of in-unit water saving fixtures and resident and staff energy conservation education. $738,397.00
NYSERDA Niagara Street Revitalization Phase III/IV 57282 Western New York City of Buffalo Niagara Street Revitalization Phase III/IV The city of Buffalo proposes street improvements along the Niagara Street section of the Great Lakes Seaway Trail National Scenic Byway in the City of Buffalo. The project would include traffic calming measures, universal access, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, milling/asphalt overlay, LED street lighting, smart traffic signal technology, on-street parking optimization and improved transit stations. The project is expected to encourage multimodal transportation and improve traffic efficiency in support of mixed- use redevelopment. $1,500,000.00
NYSERDA Community Energy Action Network 57954 Mid-Hudson Joule Assets Community Energy Action Network The Community Energy Action Network (CEAN), a coalition of public and private stakeholders, as well as local officials and key community actors, will work collaboratively on a two-year, integrated grassroots community engagement, aggregation and financing program to assist communities throughout the Mid-Hudson Region to implement sustainable energy initiatives. $1,000,000.00
NYSERDA Greener Greater Buildings Plan Accelerator 32252 New York City NYCEEC Greener Greater Buildings Plan Accelerator New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation, in partnership with the Community Preservation Corporation and Urban Green, propose to facilitate, develop and expand energy efficiency and clean energy services to the affordable housing sector in New York City. The project is expected to develop and implement financing tailored specifically to the needs of the affordable housing sector.   $500,000.00
NYSERDA 210 Hancock Street Redevelopment 52863 Southern Tier Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services 210 Hancock Street Redevelopment The Redevelopment of 210 Hancock Street project will transform an entire city block from two underutilized buildings and a surface parking lot, into mixed-use, mixed-income housing and community service space. The project will include the new construction of a 65,000 square foot mixed use building, 12 townhouses and the reconstruction of two city streets to eliminate vehicle traffic and create a pedestrian/bicycle path and playground connecting the site to a larger pedestrian/bicycle network. $516,674.00 Friday, March 30, 2018 - 20:00
NYSERDA Municipal LED Streetlight Consortium 53012 Mid-Hudson Courtney Strong, Inc. Municipal LED Streetlight Consortium The municipal LED Consortium members seek to convert to LED street lights in the majority of Ulster, Duchess, Orange, Rockland, Sullivan and Westchester municipalities, which offer savings of 40% a year or more. The project approach includes an LED Conversion Options Study to evaluate purchase models as well as development of a Request for Proposals for lighting and installation vendors and financial solution providers. $792,441.00 Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 20:00
NYSERDA Westchester Green Business Challenge 26702 Mid-Hudson Green Team Spirit Westchester Green Business Challenge The Westchester Green Business Challenge Project will expand the Westchester Green Business Challenge Program to encourage businesses to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption, waste production, water use, transportation, and land use. This will be accomplished through tools and activities including an interactive website, live educational and networking events, live training webinars, and direct personal assistance from staff. Expected outcomes are 125 new registered companies to the Challenge and 140 new members certified within three years. $540,000.00 Friday, June 29, 2018 - 20:00
NYSERDA Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Updates 40438 Finger Lakes Town of Mount Morris Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Updates The Town of Mount Morris Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Updates will address environmental sustainability, smart growth, energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions reduction, natural gas extraction, and alternative energy benefits and impacts. The goals of the plan include reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, electricity savings, reduction in the number vehicle miles traveled, fossil fuel savings, and increased renewable energy use. $45,000.00 Monday, February 1, 2016 - 19:00 Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 20:00
NYSERDA Long Island Complete Green Homes 42044 Long Island Molloy College Long Island Complete Green Homes The Long Island ?Complete? Green Homes project is a community-scale collaborative venture between municipal governments, not-for-profit organizations, and a local college to promote residential energy efficiency and renewable energy throughout Long Island. This project will educate homeowners about utility and other programs that provide incentives, rebates, and financing for home energy audits; efficiency retrofits; solar PV; oil heat conversions; and home EV charging.  $2,395,248.00 Monday, September 21, 2015 - 20:00 Friday, June 29, 2018 - 20:00
NYSERDA Vincent's Pellet Hub 37964 Mohawk Valley Vincent's Heating and Fuel LLC Vincent's Pellet Hub The Vincent's Pellet Hub Project will implement the concept of a ?Pellet Hub? in two phases in the Mohawk Valley and North Country regions. Phase One will include the installation of three 70-ton silos to store pellets and stabilize the market.  Phase Two will focus on the installation of pellet boiler systems within eight municipal and commercial buildings, as well as smaller systems for five residential homes.  Use of wood pellets replaces fossil fuels with sustainable locally generated wood fuel. $1,337,625.00 Monday, April 6, 2015 - 20:00 Friday, December 30, 2016 - 19:00
NYSERDA Energy Plan for Dutchess County 40518 Mid-Hudson Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County Energy Plan for Dutchess County The Energy Plan for Dutchess County involves the development of a comprehensive feasibility study for organic waste recycling in Dutchess County. The Project will focus on methods to divert organic components in the solid waste stream in order to reduce the volume of waste generated in the County. The waste will also be reused through composting to generate biogas through anaerobic digestion, ultimately reducing greenhouse gas emissions. $233,000.00 Sunday, November 29, 2015 - 19:00 Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 20:00
NYSERDA Central New York Inland Port Wetlands Mitigation Bank Pilot Project 42070 Central New York Central New York Regional Planning & Development Board Central New York Inland Port Wetlands Mitigation Bank Pilot Project The Central New York Inland Port Wetlands Mitigation Bank Pilot Project will develop a plan to establish a wetlands mitigation bank pilot project in Central New York. The goal of the project is to provide an ecological and economical means to ensure the development of the region's economy and key infrastructure continues to progress while meeting the goal of "no-net-loss" of aquatic resource functions in the region. $249,750.00 Sunday, November 8, 2015 - 19:00 Friday, September 29, 2017 - 20:00
NYSERDA Webster Cold Water Project 38562 Finger Lakes Webster Community Coalition for Economic Development Webster Cold Water Project The Webster Cold Water Project will include a study to determine the viability and economic potential of development of a chilled water district (CWD) energy system.  This CWD energy system would service existing and new industrial properties with low-cost naturally chilled water to reduce energy usage and utility costs while spurring economic development.   $87,000.00 Monday, January 11, 2016 - 19:00 Friday, December 30, 2016 - 19:00
NYSERDA Downtown High Falls Rochester EcoDistrict 40708 Finger Lakes Friends of the GardenAerial Inc Downtown High Falls Rochester EcoDistrict The Downtown High Falls Rochester EcoDistrict project will include improved waste management solutions, energy and water efficiencies, stormwater management and improved habitat through a combination of mixed use and mixed income development, neighborhood scale parks, schools, and services. A study will be conducted to target projects in transportation, energy, and water that can benefit residents, develop new spaces and reduce the area?s overall greenhouse gas footprint. $240,000.00 Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - 19:00 Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 20:00
NYSERDA Update to the Comprehensive Plan: Climate Smart Planning for the 21st Century 42087 Mid-Hudson Village of Nyack Update to the Comprehensive Plan: Climate Smart Planning for the 21st Century The Village of Nyack will update its Comprehensive Plan to integrate planning for a resilient waterfront, multi-modal transportation, transportation-oriented development and increased residential density and commercial activity. The project will address Hudson River ferry landing alternatives, a bus rapid-transit hub and a transportation improvement district at the New York State Thruway interchange, local trolley and shuttle options, and alternatives for bikes and pedestrian access. The Plan will incorporate sustainability goals and practices for more efficient use of land, infrastructure and natural resources and an overall decrease in greenhouse gas emissions. $206,000.00 Tuesday, October 13, 2015 - 20:00 Friday, December 30, 2016 - 19:00
NYSERDA Syracuse Smart Regrowth Sustainable Corners 38740 Central New York Home HeadQuarters, Inc. Syracuse Smart Regrowth Sustainable Corners The Syracuse Smart Regrowth Sustainable Corners Project will accelerate revitalization in the Near Westside neighborhood in the City of Syracuse. As envisioned in the LEED for Neighborhood Development Plan, the project will implement changes in land use that will convert an underutilized parking lot, a vacant building, and multiple vacant parcels on three corners of an intersection into a mixed-use development. $1,555,000.00 Friday, June 29, 2018 - 20:00
NYSERDA Town of East Hampton Decentralized Resilient Energy Assessment and Management Plan 40717 Long Island Town of East Hampton Town of East Hampton Decentralized Resilient Energy Assessment and Management Plan The Town of East Hampton Decentralized Resilient Energy Assessment and Management (DREAM) Plan will serve as an addendum to the Town's Comprehensive Master Plan. The DREAM plan will examine potential paths for the Town to complement existing utility services with renewable energy sources, innovative and transformational technologies and net-metering opportunities for businesses, residents, and municipal buildings. $75,000.00 Friday, December 30, 2016 - 19:00
NYSERDA Comprehensive Plan Development 42156 Capital District City of Cohoes Comprehensive Plan Development The City of Cohoes will revise its Comprehensive Plan to address both the needs of the community and evaluate how these needs fit into the strategic plan for the region. The Plan will foster regional collaboration, open doors to new funding opportunities, and is expected to increase the number of jobs. $51,500.00 Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 20:00
NYSERDA Town of Ulysses Zoning Updates 39053 Southern Tier Town of Ulysses Town of Ulysses Zoning Updates The Town of Ulysses will update its zoning laws to be consistent with the Towns Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Plan. $40,000.00 Sunday, May 31, 2015 - 20:00 Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 20:00
NYSERDA CODE GREEN: City of Utica Zoning Update 40774 Mohawk Valley City of Utica CODE GREEN: City of Utica Zoning Update CODE GREEN: City of Utica Zoning Update will include a Zoning Ordinance update in the City of Utica in order to provide opportunities for innovative approaches to development, enabling the City to be a more economically viable and sustainable community. The new Ordinance will incorporate sustainable design and smart growth principles while promoting mixed-use, pedestrian friendly, dense, urban infill development that will attract new residents to Utica's urban core. Overall, this Project will result in increased, sustainable development in distressed areas, increased use of green technology in local businesses and projects, and an increased number of job opportunities. $168,750.00 Monday, December 7, 2015 - 19:00 Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 20:00
NYSERDA Electric Vehicle Feasibility Analysis 42165 Southern Tier Ithaca Tompkins County Transportation Council Electric Vehicle Feasibility Analysis Tompkins County will conduct an Electric Vehicle Feasibility Analysis to create a plan for how best to install charging stations for electric vehicles in the County. This plan is the first step of a larger goal to stimulate a market shift from gasoline powered vehicles to electric vehicles in the County to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and shift to a more sustainable future for transportation. $91,000.00 Wednesday, December 2, 2015 - 19:00 Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 20:00
NYSERDA Municipal Sustainability Training Technical Assistance 39147 Mid-Hudson Land Use Law Center at Pace Law School Municipal Sustainability Training Technical Assistance The Municipal Sustainability Training Technical Assistance Project will facilitate sustainable neighborhood development through practice-based training and technical assistance in rural, suburban, and urban municipalities throughout the Mid-Hudson Region. The project will result in several training and technical assistance workshops as well as 28 Sustainable Neighborhood Development Implementation Plans that include recommendations for specific amendments to comprehensive plans and land use regulations to eliminate barriers to sustainable neighborhood development. $250,000.00 Monday, November 30, 2015 - 19:00 Friday, September 29, 2017 - 20:00
NYSERDA Poughkeepsie City Center Connectivity Project 40849 Mid-Hudson City of Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie City Center Connectivity Project The Poughkeepsie City Center Connectivity Project seeks to remedy transportation related barriers that are inhibiting revitalization of Poughkeepsie's historic central business district. The project will reintroduce high performance transit along Main Street; transform Market Street into a complete Street; convert the City?s arterials into boulevards; and enhance pedestrian connectivity between City Center and the City?s waterfront. This project will result in a sustainable transportation network while increasing economic development and redeveloping vacant land. $250,000.00 Thursday, February 18, 2016 - 19:00 Saturday, December 30, 2017 - 19:00
NYSERDA Jefferson-Lewis Alternative Energy Cooperative 42181 North Country Jefferson-Lewis Board of Cooperative Educational Services Jefferson-Lewis Alternative Energy Cooperative Jefferson and Lewis County BOCES will develop a plan to create a solar power cooperative of county-owned buildings and educational facilities across Jefferson, Lewis, and St. Lawrence counties. The plan will involve the development and creation of the cooperative, site studies, as well as the fiscal, technical, legal, and administrative aspects of the project. $150,000.00 Tuesday, October 20, 2015 - 20:00 Wednesday, June 29, 2016 - 20:00
NYSERDA Renewable New York Catskill Outreach & Education 39425 Mid-Hudson Catskill Mountainkeeper Renewable New York Catskill Outreach & Education Catskill Mountainkeeper will engage community leaders and consumers with workshops and speaker training, solar group purchasing campaigns, renewable energy workforce development- including an Energy Corps intern program, and review and evaluation of best practices for replication in other regions through a statewide network of partners. $1,857,275.00 Tuesday, August 25, 2015 - 20:00 Tuesday, January 30, 2018 - 19:00
NYSERDA Erie County Sustainability Plan 40859 Western New York Erie County Erie County Sustainability Plan The Erie County Sustainability Plan will create a combined Climate Action and Sustainability Plan to address greenhouse gas emissions and sustainability County-wide.  The Plan will specifically target energy use, transportation, and waste generation, and will incorporate smart growth principles, LEED for Sustainable Neighborhoods, complete streets, and green infrastructure. This project will identify pollution and greenhouse gas emission sources within the County and will propose solutions to these problems. $250,000.00 Monday, February 8, 2016 - 19:00 Friday, December 30, 2016 - 19:00
NYSERDA North Country Cleaner, Greener Communities One-Stop Shop 42502 North Country Adirondack North Country Association North Country Cleaner, Greener Communities One-Stop Shop The North Country Cleaner, Greener Communities One-Stop Shop project will provide technical, financial, and implementation support to all seven North Country counties. Project outcomes include trained Energy Circuit Riders; a portfolio of energy and finance options; a database of local qualified contractors and suppliers; identification of buildings with highest potential for energy related cost savings, and implementation of improvements. $1,044,390.00 Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - 19:00 Saturday, December 30, 2017 - 19:00

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