seia
As the national trade association in the U.S., the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is the power behind solar energy. Their member companies research, manufacture, distribute, finance, and build solar projects domestically and abroad.

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nyseia
Formed in 1994, the New York Solar Energy Industries Association educates the public, legislators, policy makers, and regulators on the environmental, economic development, and energy supply benefits of solar energy use. They also participate in key public policy and regulatory decision making processes affecting the solar industry. In addition, NYSEIA provides information on solar energy and the solar industry in NYS to the NYS Assembly, Senate, Public Service Commission, etc. and collaborates with other renewable energy, environmental, and economic development groups to expand development and use of solar energy in New York State.

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nypa
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) is the country’s largest state public power organization, producing some of the cheapest electricity in North America. Their 16 generating facilities and over 1400 circuit-miles of transmission lines produce the power to help sustain hundreds of thousands of jobs statewide. They are a national leader in promoting energy efficiency and the use of renewable-fuel and clean-energy technologies.

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liseia
LISEIA’s core mission is to ensure the growth and longevity of the solar industry on Long Island and beyond, reducing consumer energy costs while preserving our beautiful environment for future generations. LISEIA represents approximately 85% of Long Island’s solar industry professional organizations, including contractors, suppliers, electrical inspectors, architects and engineers.

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geonrg
GeoEnergy of New York (GENY) is a Long Island company that markets and sells an improved generation of high efficiency Heating, Ventilating and Air conditioning (HVAC) systems which serve as its primary product lines. These systems are distinguished by its shallow well, hybrid, geothermal ground source heat exchanger marketed under the GeoColumn® name. The GeoColumn has received recognition by many NYS governmental organizations for its perational and environmental benefits and the GeoColumn has been a winner of Popular Science’s Best of What’s New Award and Hanley-Wood Publishers Top 100 Products. GeoEnergy of New York is a Charter Member of the Long Island Geothermal Energy Organization.

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