New York Power Authority

A view of the outside clock of Grand Central Terminal (credit: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Energy Efficient Project Cuts Grand Central Terminal Energy Use 30 Percent

A four-year, $25 million effort has cut Grand Central Terminal’s energy use by 30 percent.


Long Island Sound - Mamaroneck, NY - Aug 1, 2011 (credit: Catherine Cioffi / WCBS 880)

Power Crews Work To Fix Broken Power Cable In Long Island Sound; Electrical Service Not Impacted

There’s been no impact on electrical service, but a power cable under the Long Island Sound has been damaged, causing fluid to leak into the water.


electric car

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Coming Across New York State

The Cuomo administration said this week that some 360 charging stations for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids will be installed across the state as part of a five-year initiative to expand their use.


New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (credit: Governor's Office)

Gov. Cuomo Launches Program To Increase Energy Efficiency By 2020

The plan to have state buildings more energy efficient by 2020 will be aided by $450 million in low-cost financing from the New York Power Authority.


Boats in downtown Piermont (credit: Moritz Eisold)

New York State Doesn’t Want Sandy’s Victims To Miss Out On Help

As the victims of superstorm Sandy struggle to recover, New York State officials want them to make sure they don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to get help.


Power Lines (file / credit: AP)

Richard Kessel Announces Resignation From NY Power Authority Amid Investigation

Richard Kessel made the announcement Tuesday at a board of trustees meeting in White Plains. Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued a statement thanking Kessel for his long service.