New York commits $100M to energy efficiency for manufacturing facilities, data centers 

From the Business Review’s online site: New York’s businesses will be able to tap into $100 million in funds to improve the energy efficiency of their manufacturing facilities and data centers. Albany-based CHA is one of three engineering firms that will receive $2 million each to help companies identify cost-effective measures and educate them on the funding that is available through the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, the nonprofit that administers state energy programs. The two other engineering firms, Energy & Resource Solutions and Willdan Energy Solutions, are in New York City. New York has one of the nation’s largest concentration of data centers—the centralized hubs that control the flow of computer information—and the state’s investment over the next two years will help the data center industry grow and support economic development, said Francis Murray, president and CEO of NYSERDA. Read more

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