USD 10M available for Large-Scale Thermal Program

New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced that USD 10M is now available for large-scale thermal projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from heating, cooling, and hot water in buildings. The new Large-Scale Thermal Program will support projects for large buildings or networks of buildings that show replicable designs and business models for significantly reducing energy use, maximizing energy recovery, and improving climate and grid resilience.

The new Large-Scale Thermal Program, administered by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), will competitively award funding to colleges and universities, multi-family complexes, medical campuses and communities for projects that use heat pumps and low carbon thermal resources such as geothermal, wastewater, waste heat, surface water, and thermal energy storage to effectively integrate different clean heating and cooling systems and equipment into their buildings. Project sites may consist of a single large building or multiple co-located buildings, either existing or new construction.

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