New York State Rolls Out Energy Efficiency Innovation Collaborative

on February 07, 2014 at 2:00 PM

2013 US Open - Day 9

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) has launched the Energy Efficiency Innovation Collaborative (EE-INC), an initiative created to accelerate commercial, but not yet widely deployed, energy efficiency technologies that advance New York’s clean energy economy and reduce energy consumption in buildings statewide.

EE-INC is the newest link in Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s chain of economic development initiatives designed to advance promising, innovative energy efficiency technologies by installing them in state-owned facilities under the Build Smart NY program.

The initiative will leverage the $800 million that NYPA will finance over the next several years in Build Smart NY energy efficiency projects in schools, offices, healthcare facilities, and other buildings.

Specifically, we are looking for companies that:

  • Produce or distribute commercially available products in such areas as lighting, HVAC, data centers, and others;
  • Have commercial terms, such as warrantees, certifications, and service infrastructure;
  • Have proven performance results in New York or other parts of the country; and
  • Offer economic benefits to New York.

Manufacturers interested in knowing more can click here.

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) is the nation’s largest state public power organization, serving government, not-for-profit and business customers.

Our mission is to provide clean, low-cost and reliable energy consistent with our commitment to the environment and safety, while promoting economic development and job development, energy efficiency, renewables and innovation, for the benefit of our customers and all New Yorkers.