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The second phase will cost $76 million and include placing new sensors on turbines, circuit breakers, cable systems and battery banks across New York State and connect the sensors to NYPA's PI Server in White Plains.
The RFI will be used for planning purposes before NYPA issues separate Request for Proposals to pursue partnerships and obtain services related to fast charger installation along interstate corridors, charger installation at New York City airports and the establishment of EV model communities.
NYPA is committed to the long-term stewardship of habitat projects like these for the next 35 years, and has made significant funding available to add even more valuable habitat and contribute to the recovery of these vital rivers.
GE's Predix-based SmartSignal and Asset Performance Management (APM) software systems enable remote monitoring and asset modeling at NYPA. This system consolidates real-time asset, field inspection, historical and operational data into one central location.
GE was selected to provide the software for NYPA's Smart Operations Centre through a competitive bid process.
Before NYPA's license expired in 2007, elected officials from Niagara Falls, Niagara County, the Towns of Niagara and Lewiston, and the Niagara-Wheatfield, Lewiston-Porter, and Niagara Falls school districts, agreed to renew NYPA's right to control the hydropower of the Niagara River when they agreed to extend NYPA's license to 2057.
But as more and more women advance in technical careers, the resulting gender shift has prompted many NYPA employees to join New York State's Women in Communications and Energy (WICE), a 600+-member group formed to encourage networking and knowledge-sharing among women in utility-related jobs.
NYPA noted that the long-term goal of the hydrogen study is the design and eventual installation of a hydrogen vehicle fueling station that could be replicated at other locations.
The Office of New York governor George Pataki recently announced that the New York Power Authority (NYPA) will expand its Clean School Bus Program from a proposed 1,000 buses to between 1,500 and 2,000.
Investments in the new terminal amounted to $1.4 billion, and bond issues from the New York Port Authority (NYPA) financed the project.
The 200-kilowatt fuel cell is the third in a series of such units that NYPA has installed for public facilities in New York City and Westchester County.
David Freeman, the new president of the New York Power Authority (NYPA), can see why he isn't yet famous for solar power in the Big Apple.
They don't know, for instance, that the New York Power Authority (NYPA)--a quasi-governmental, Albany-controlled, "public benefit" corporation, now in the eighth year of its second, 50-year license agreement to control the hydroelectric energy of the Niagara--sells none of it to local residents.
Former in-house counsel to the New York Power Authority (NYPA) and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), D'Ambrosio's practice will encompass energy law.