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Commercial Energy Now III

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8 FURTHER RESOURCES Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County handles a few of the programs men- tioned in this article, including the Tompkins County Commercial Energy Efficiency Collaborative and the Commercial Green Buildings Open House. 615 Willow Ave. (607) 272-2292 e mission of e Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce is to advocate for the free enter- prise system and sound economic development, foster success for its for-profit and not-for-prof- it members, and promote a high quality of life for all Tompkins County residents. 904 East Shore Dr. (607) 273-7080 Energize NY Finance leverages PACE (Prop- erty Assessed Clean Energy) financing to help commercial and non-profit property owners undertake deep energy improvements. Projects include energy efficiency and renew- able energy for commercial, multi-family, light industrial and nonprofit owned buildings. French Hill Elementary School 2051 Baldwin Road - Suite 107 Yorktown Heights, NY, 10598 (914) 302-7300 New York Sun for commercial and industrial facilities is a performance-based (incentive payments are based upon annual energy pro- duction) program for solar electric systems over 200 kilowatts (kW). e program is based around Megawatt (MW) Blocks, which vary by region and decline as they are spent down. cial-and-Industrial

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