March 13 2019
Clean Technology, News, R&D

The Research Connection – March 2019: Clean Tech Edition

Featured R&D projects:  Next Generation Power Grid Monitoring Synthetic Jet and Smart Blades Have the Potential to Expand Wind Energy Modeling Strategies for Overhauling the Aging Power Grid Designing a more recyclable plastic Locally grown renewable energy Next generation batteries New York’s Largest Battery Storage Project Horizontal Ribbon Growth of Single-Crystal Silicon Wafers for Solar

December 5 2018
Clean Technology, Employment/Workforce, Manufacturing

NY’s Offshore Wind Push Could Boost Capital Region Ports and Manufacturers

With New York State pursuing one of the nation’s most ambitious plans for generating offshore wind (OSW), the Center for Economic Growth (CEG) is working to position the Capital Region’s two water ports as facilities for the manufacturing and fabrication of OSW components. In January 2018, New York State released an Offshore Wind Master Plan

March 8 2018
Clean Technology, General

CEG SolarGEN Helps SKS Bottle & Packaging Incorporate Solar Energy saving them $70,000 annually

SKS Bottle & Packaging, Inc. is a 31-year-old supplier of containers and caps to small and large businesses. The company’s innovative “kit” packs of plastic bottles and glass jars have become very popular among its customers in the beverage, medicinal, personal care, cosmetic and other industries and have fueled robust growth. That recently prompted SKS

March 8 2018
Clean Technology

Capital Region Small-Scale Commercial Solar Projects Increased in 2017

The Capital Region last year saw its biggest annual surge in the amount of solar power generation capacity from newly completed small commercial projects. Throughout the eight-county region in 2017, developers completed 106 small commercial projects with a total installed solar power generation capacity of 13,571 kilowatts. That represented a 58.2 percent increase in completions

September 8 2017
Clean Technology, News

Success Story: CEG Helps Aries Power Advance Microgrid Project for Albany’s University Heights

In 2013, Jason Allen wrapped up a 15-year career at GE Energy to launch a distributed energy development and consulting firm called Allen Power Inc. (API). Pulling from Allen’s extensive experience with various turbine and combined cycle power systems, API (now doing business as Aries Power) helps commercial, industrial and residential customers lower their energy

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