alternative energy http://wamc.org en Congressional Corner with Elizabeth Esty http://wamc.org/post/congressional-corner-elizabeth-esty-8 <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">&nbsp;&nbsp;</span>In today’s Congressional Corner, Connecticut Representative Elizabeth Esty and WAMC’s Alan Chartock discuss alternative energy – and how it is being deployed in the Nutmeg State.</p><p> Mon, 07 Jul 2014 14:50:00 +0000 Alan Chartock 93787 at http://wamc.org Congressional Corner with Elizabeth Esty Top Ranking U.S. Energy Official Hears Comments In Capital Region http://wamc.org/post/top-ranking-us-energy-official-hears-comments-capital-region <p></p><p><span style="color:black">Wednesday in Schenectady leaders of local companies, educational institutions, and other stakeholders met with government leaders to discuss opportunities through energy efficiency.&nbsp; </span></p><p></p> Wed, 14 Aug 2013 22:06:17 +0000 Lucas Willard 71457 at http://wamc.org Top Ranking U.S. Energy Official Hears Comments In Capital Region Capture The Energy Conference in Troy http://wamc.org/post/capture-energy-conference-troy <p></p><p>Business and energy industry leaders have gathered in Troy for the two-day "Capture the Energy" conference.</p><p>Frank Murray is President and CEO of New York State Energy Research and Development Authority - NYSERDA helped sponsor the event, organized by New York Best, a consortium of government, academia and private industry focused on developing the energy storage industry in New York State.</p><p></p><p>Michael Field is with the Raymond Corporation in Green, New York just North of Binghamton. He says with new technologies, those new jobs will come.</p> Wed, 06 Mar 2013 17:19:54 +0000 Dave Lucas 59230 at http://wamc.org Capture The Energy Conference in Troy Franz Litz: New York Can Do Better than EPA http://wamc.org/post/franz-litz-new-york-can-do-better-epa <p>&nbsp;This past week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued final regulations to require oil and gas drillers to capture harmful air pollutants that escape from wells during drilling operations, and from natural gas storage facilities and pipelines.&nbsp; The final rule is a first, and it&#39;s good news. But the new rules take 2 and a half years to become effective. New York can and should do better.</p> Tue, 24 Apr 2012 16:15:12 +0000 Ray Graf 37488 at http://wamc.org