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NYCEEC Co-CEO to Advance Energy Efficiency Financing (Ind. Report)
New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation
Date: 2018-05-16
The New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation (NYCEEC) announced expanded senior leadership today to accelerate its growth and to deliver on its mission to advance energy efficiency and clean energy financing solutions. Board member Curtis Probst has joined Susan Leeds as co-CEO.

The new leadership team will focus on growing NYCEEC's lending platform and new initiatives to build energy efficiency and clean energy financing markets for commercial and multifamily buildings. On the horizon are the launch of C-PACE in New York City, the strategic expansion of NYCEEC's loan originations to an eight-state region including New York State, and continued innovation in support of critical initiatives such as net-zero affordable housing renovations through RetrofitNY.

NYCEEC is a non-profit finance company that provides loans and financing solutions for energy efficiency and clean energy projects. NYCEEC has financed over $135 million of energy efficiency and clean energy projects across hundreds of buildings and nearly 5,000 affordable housing units. (Source: NYCEEC, PR, PRNewswire, 15 May, 2018) Contact: NYCEEC, Susan Leeds, CEO, Posie Constable, Director of Business Development, Posie Constable, Head of Business Development, (646) 797-4630, pconstable@nyceec.com, www.nyceec.com

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NYCEEC Finances Low-income Housing Microgrid (Ind. Report)
Demand Energy ,New York City Energy Efficiency Corp
Date: 2016-12-12
In the Empire State, the New York City Energy Efficiency Corp. (NYCEEC) reports it has granted a 10-year project loan of more than $1 million to Demand Energy to bring large-scale battery storage technology to a privately-owned low-income housing development in Brooklyn, NY. The project will be the first battery storage microgrid installation at a 625-unit low-income property in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn,. The property currently has 400 kilowatts of solar energy and will add 400 kilowatts of fuel-cell generating capacity as part of an extensive property renovation.

Demand Energy's lithium-ion battery system will be used to store the power generated onsite during the lower-cost off-peak Con Edison power, thus reducing power demand when electricity is at its highest cost.

The energy storage and distributed energy resources will be integrated into a microgrid managed by Demand Energy's DEN.OSTM software platform. The system will cut power expenses, help keep the grid reliable and provide off-grid backup power for emergencies. (Source: NYCEEC, Commercial Property Executive, 8 Dec., 2016) Contact: NYCEEC, Susan Leeds, CEO, Posie Constable, Director of Business Development, Posie Constable, Head of Business Development, (646) 797-4630, pconstable@nyceec.com, www.NYCEEC.com; Demand Energy, Doug Stalker, VP, (509) 255-7150, support@demand-energy.com, www.demand-energy.com

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