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During the opening plenary of the ACEEE Finance Forum, Chief Strategy Officer, James McIntyre spoke to the work our team is doing in Ithaca with support of our partners.

The panel highlighted the exciting new endeavor that the City of Ithaca is embarking on with IPC partner BlocPower, to help the City reach the building decarbonization goals set under its Green New Deal, targeting carbon neutrality by 2030.   BlocPower is a climate tech startup creating smarter, greener, healthier buildings

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Inclusive Prosperity Capital, Inc. raises $13 Million from MacArthur, McKnight, and Kresge Foundations to support the deployment of clean energy upgrades in underserved markets

Hartford, CT April 29, 2022 — Inclusive Prosperity Capital, Inc. (IPC) has raised $13 million of program- related investments (PRI) from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, McKnight Foundation, and The Kresge Foundation to support the capitalization and deployment of accessible clean energy upgrades across the nation. Created

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East Hampton Town’s First Solar Installation With Battery Storage System Will Generate Renewable Energy, Store Excess Power for Use or Sale During Periods of Peak Energy Demand

Original Release: NYPA solar pr rel Aug 25 2021 TOWN OF EAST HAMPTON159 Pantigo RoadEast Hampton, New York 11937PETER VAN SCOYOC (631) 324-4140Supervisor pvanscoyoc@ehamptonny.govFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 25, 2021 East Hampton Town’s First Solar Installation With Battery Storage System Will Generate Renewable Energy, Store Excess Power for Use or Sale During

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EPA Announces Kerry E. O’Neill to Chair Environmental Financial Advisory Board

Administrator Regan Recognizes Outgoing Chair Joanne Throwe August 12, 2021 Contact Information EPA Press Office (press@epa.gov) WASHINGTON – ​Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan announced the selection of Kerry E. O’Neill as the chair of the Environmental Financial Advisory Board (EFAB). She succeeds Joanne Throwe, whose six-year term

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