Joseph E. Robach's posts related to Energy

Rochester General Hospital Going More Energy-Efficient

On Thursday August 12th, Senator Robach made remarks during a press conference at Rochester General Hospital to announce an energy-efficient lighting project. The project, once complete, will save the hospital more than $80,000 annually in energy costs.

Coca-Cola Unveils Hybrid Delivery Truck

COCA-COLA REFRESHMENTS USA  DEPLOYS  HYBRID ELECTRIC

DELIVERY TRUCK IN  ROCHESTER

 

RG&E Announces Partnership with Foodlink

RG&E Partners With Foodlink to Help Keep Winter Winds at Bay

Rochester, NY RG&E will hand out reusable grocery bags filled with easy-to-install weatherization supplies at seven upcoming food distributions hosted by Foodlink. The supplies will include an insulation kit for three windows, a roll of weather stripping for sealing windows and doors, and 10 switch/outlet sealers.

RG&E representatives will also be on hand to distribute information and answer questions about the federal Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), RG&E’s new Energy Assistance Program for low income customers and how to use energy wisely.

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Senate Confirms Gil Quiniones as President/CEO of NYPA

On Monday, January 9th, the New York State Senate unanimously confirmed Gil Quiniones as President and CEO of the New York Power Authority.

Quiniones previously served as acting president and CEO of the New York Power Authority, the nation's largest state electric utility. He was the chief operating officer since June 2008.

New York State Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium

Recently, I had the privilege to attend the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium at Eastman Business Park. This conference previewed commercial, cost-effective energy storage technology and the impact on the energy and transportation industries. For more information, visit www.ny-best.org.

New SUNY College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering Facility

Today, I had the privilege of joining Lt. Governor Duffy and other local leaders in announcing that the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering will be opening a solar manufacturing and technology development facility in the Town of Greece. SUNY CSNE will invest $100 million in to this one-of-a-kind project by transforming an empty 57,000 square foot facility, formerly used by Kodak, and will create 100 jobs for our community.