Environment, Water

Kiwi Energy, City Parks Foundation Partner to Educate New Yorkers about the Coastal Ecosystem

Kiwi Energy, an electricity and gas supplier for NY State, is collaborating with The City Parks Foundation, a non-profit that organizes programs in parks in NY city, on its Coastal Classroom program.

coastal ecosystemThe Coastal Classroom program educates New Yorkers about waterways, species living in waterways, and our role regarding these ecosystems. Students also “get their feet wet” in some of the city’s coastal hot spots.

According to Richard Booth, President retail at Kiwi Energy, “City Parks Education’s Coastal Classroom is a unique opportunity for students and provides a foundation for environmental education and awareness. Kiwi Energy is proud to support this initiative.”

Environment

WINDExchange: U.S. Installed and Potential Wind Power Capacity and Generation

Source: WINDExchange: U.S. Installed and Potential Wind Power Capacity and Generation

Environment, Grid, Home

An Introduction to The Smart Grid

Marketing and advertising groups often have a tendency to capitalize on technological trends faster than engineers and users can settle into the technology itself. Perhaps it’s no surprise that it is difficult to hold back the motivation to get a product to market and profit. Right now the most glaring example is the practice of […]

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