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Of particular note to the many energy entrepreneurs who will be in attendance, the nationally renowned innovation expert Harry Epstein , president of the -based Quadrant Management, will keynote a session on how start-ups can be even more innovative
Here is my take on what is going on in regard to this extensive plan across New York State. As those who have studied the United Nations's Agenda 21 plan know, Sustainability is a key buzzword that is part-and-parcel of the UN's Agenda 21. Planner
LED lights can save you some money this holiday season, and they'll likely last for decades. NY1's Consumer Watch reporter Asa Aarons filed the following report. LED or light-emitting diode lights illuminate more coolly than traditional bulbs.
Wind could supply electrical power to portable data centers off the grid July 31, 2011 Dean Takahashi It was a novel idea a few years ago to create a data center in a box, which was essentially taking corporate computers known as servers and putting
Borough President Scott Stringer called on New York state officials Sunday to give New York City a fair share of renewable energy projects. Nearly $342 million of the Systems Benefits Charge/Renewable Portfolio Standard surcharge, which appears on
ThinkEco, Inc., a New York City -based company that develops easy-to-use energy efficiency technologies for homes and businesses, has begun accepting orders from business clients for its flagship product, the modlet. The modletshort for modern