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Park Slope »

How Grassroots Efforts Are Making Solar Energy Affordable

Community solar campaigns try to get a critical mass of customers to bring installation prices down.

Kew Gardens »

Kew Gardens Movie Theater Going Green with Rooftop Solar Panels

Solar energy will be used to power lights and movie projectors, the theater's owner said.

Civic Center »

City Plans to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions 80 Percent by 2050

The ambitious plan comes as the United Nations Climate Summit is held Tuesday.

Midtown »

5 Ways to Green Your Building and Get Money to Do It

Experts share tips on how to make your building more energy efficient, without spending lots of money.

Jamaica »

Lottery Slated for Apartments in New Jamaica Affordable Housing Complex

New development on 90th Street will provide 46 apartments.

Morningside Heights »

Columbia Engineering Students Launch Crowd-Funding Site for Solar Panels

Divvy will help schools and small businesses fund green projects, starting at a Bronx school.

Kew Gardens »

Queens Real Estate Company Going Green With Solar Panels

Triumph Real Estate Management LLC installed panels on all of its buildings.

Port Richmond »

City to Install Solar Panels on 4 Rooftops in Staten Island and the Bronx

The Staten Island rooftop alone will get enough solar panels to cover one-and-a-half football fields.

Long Island City »

Solar-Powered Composting System Helps Long Island City Farm Flourish

The compost will be used to enrich the soil at Brooklyn Grange's roof farm on Northern Blvd. in Queens.

Union Square »

Union Square Greenmarket Educational Van to Get Solar Power Upgrade

Green Mountain Energy Company, a clean energy provider, used customer donations to fund the project.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Solar, Wind and Tidal Energy to Power Randall's Island

A $1 million solar, wind and tidal energy project is coming to Randall's Island.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Wind Turbines Will Bring Blight, Preservationists Say

Preservationists on the Upper East Side fear that green zoning changes will bring visual blight.