They’re really going to strike a cord!
Beginning today, twenty-five solar-powered charging stations will be make their debut in New York City parks, beaches and outdoor spaces throughout the five boroughs.
The 12.5-foot structures — a joint venture between the city and AT&T — will be popping up in places such as Union Square Read More
Mayor Michael Bloomberg visited Harlem today to unveil a “clean heat” campaign and other green initiatives that will become part of the PlaNYC plan, which is aimed at building “a greener, greater New York.”
The event, at Harlem Stage, gave away free reusable water bottles to the media, and distributed press releases on Read More
Last week Mayor Bloomberg announced that the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) would request proposals from private developers to enter into a 20-year deal with the city to buy, install, own and maintain solar panels on city-owned buildings in New York’s five boroughs.
The goal is to deliver two megawatts (MW) of solar power Read More