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ENGIE is a proud partner of New York City in their ambitious clean energy project

Date: 02/25/2021

New York City and the New York Power Authority are setting out to deploy 22 MW of solar PV and energy storage at public facilities – including at 47 public schools across all five boroughs. ENGIE is proud to be a partner in this ambitious project to provide clean and sustainable energy, helping the City and State achieve clean energy and emission reduction goals


The project, slated to start construction next month, will generate as much as 22 MW of solar power, enough to power 5,600 NYC residences, and reduce nearly 7,000 metric tons of CO2 equivalent each year – which equates to removing more than 1,500 cars from the road. Several of these facilities are expected to include energy storage systems that will store energy for use during periods of peak electricity demand. 

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