EarthKind Energy is proud to be the clean energy consultant to the New York State Bridge Authority (NYSBA), who broke ground on a 486KW solar system and had their 1,350 PV panels delivered this week.
EarthKind conducted the utility cost analysis, identified the Kingston-Rhinecliff bridge site, provided the solar project sizing, prepared the bid documentation, recommended the installation award, negotiated the Power Purchase Agreement that locked in a price of 10 cents per kwh for 20 years, coordinated the utility inter-connection application, and is overseeing the project installation and commissioning.
“The Bridge Authority’s commitment and actions to meet Governor Cuomo’s clean energy goals are unparalleled”, said Ron Kamen, CEO of EarthKind Energy. “The combined lighting efficiency gains and solar energy generation makes the Bridge Authority the first New York State government entity to effectively meet the Governor’s target. It’s this type of true leadership that will provide stable, affordable electricity prices; save taxpayers money; and create a healthier and more sustainable future for all of us.”
E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) has created a guide for getting into the filed of renewable energy. Many young people are graduating from with a firm belief that they need to create a sustainable world to live in. Therefore it is logical for graduates to be attracted to the renewable energy field which will help co-create a sustainable world. Read more about opportunities here in E2’s clean jobs guide for grads.
The video from the May 2, 2016 New Yorker’s for Clean Power is finally out! Mark Ruffalo, Ron Kamen and others spoke at the event held in New York City. Ron, representing E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) spoke about the recently published New York Clean Jobs report and the launching of the New Yorker’s for Clean Power campaign.
On May 2 Mark Ruffalo, energy expert Ron Kamen, leading environmental and business groups launched “New Yorkers for Clean Power” Campaign. A press event was held in New York City in which Ruffalo and others presented the “Clean Jobs New York Report” to the public. “Clean Jobs New York” report showing that more than 85,000 New Yorkers already work in the clean energy sector and underscoring the potential for substantial clean energy job growth. There are 7,500 business establishments across all 62 counties. The comprehensive new analysis is from the national nonpartisan business group Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2), the Alliance for Clean Energy New York, the New York State Sustainable Business Council and New Yorkers for Clean Power.
My work involves water only as far as hydro tech goes. However, water is one of the most important issues facing the world today. All life needs it to exist on this planet. Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) (of which Ron Kamen of EarthKind Energy is a proud member) is dialoging about the issue beginning with a special event in LA on April 14.