June 01, 2016
Developers and local regulators need to understand pending New York State legislation to promote adoption of solar energy as they go about the business of developing the next generation of residential housing for our communities. Read More >
May 09, 2016
The availability of New York State tax credits under the Brownfield Cleanup Program has been extended for another ten years, but it is subject to important time limitations that may affect a developer’s realization of the full credits available. Read More >
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Brown Fish – New York’s Brownfield Cleanup Program in 2016
May 09, 2016
It is important for all parties involved in the local zoning review process, to understand that existing local regulations may not be equipped, or appropriate to handle new or unconventional distributed energy resource projects. Read More >
The Evolution of Electrical Infrastructure: Does it require an Evolution in your Local Regulations?
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