The New York State Research and Development Authority has chosen the Adirondack North Country Association to establish its new Regional Clean Energy Hubs Program in the North Country.
ANCA will work with Cornell Coopertive Extension of Jefferson and St. Lawrence Counties and SUNY Canton Career Ready Education and Success Training to administer the $4,099,404 award.
“ANCA is honored to be partnering with Cornell Cooperative Extension and SUNY Canton CREST to serve as the Clean Energy Hub for the North Country,” Elizabeth Cooper, ANCA executive director, said.
“This initiative is critical for helping North Country residents and small businesses save money on energy bills and access clean energy opportunities and jobs. Our team’s long-standing community relationships, extensive experience advancing clean energy programs, and focus on equity and inclusion will support a strong regional Hub that increases engagement in energy initiatives across northern New York.”
Read the full article in the Plattsburgh Press-Republican.