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Zack Hutchins
Director of Communications

June 24, 1999 

NYSERDA grants on energy efficiency

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has $1.6 million available for energy efficiency projects in three categories:

Feasibility studies that identify and encourage implementation of cost-effective energy-efficiency measures for public and private facilities.

Rate analysis and aggregation support, including preparing customers for power marketers and evaluating baseline energy consumption, load profiles, and rates.

Energy operations management projects that can include developing energy strategies for facilities, identifying operational improvements, commissioning, and technical training.

NYSERDA grants will fund no more than half of a project's costs and are open only to customers of Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp., Consolidated Edison Co., New York State Electric and Gas Corp., Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., and Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. Applications are due July 14, 1999.

For information, e-mail Jane Powers at jap@nyserda.org. Refer technical questions and questions about eligibility to Scott A. Smith at sas@nyserda.org.