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In today’s world there is a never-ending need to ‘go green’ in pretty much any and every aspect of people’s day to day lives. Going green not only helps to protect and save our environment, but in many cases, where it pertains to housing and real estate related ventures, going green also has the potential to save you money in the long run.

Going Green

Going green has been, and continues to be, a hot topic in the real estate industry. Other than helping to protect our environment, the movement towards using more environmentally friendly building techniques and practices also has the potential to save homeowners a big chunk on their utility bills- if they even have to pay for utilities at all! In fact, as of this spring, we are lucky enough to say

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Hudson Valley Solar Energy CompaniesHere comes the sun! As our nation continues the delicate dance of managing energy consumption, the need for alternate fuel sources is becoming more and more of a necessity. This issue holds particular significance in the Hudson Valley region as the debate over "Hydro-Fracking" rages on. Local, Hudson Valley solar energy companies want you to know that you have options! Foremost among them being solar power which is renewable, clean, and safe for our environment. Over the past few years, the Hudson Valley region has been making significant efforts to be a home base for solar production, development, innovation & use! From the rise in local solar companies, to recent legislation favoring homeowners who utilize solar power, to new classes being taught in our

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A recent project to install a solar energy system on a rooftop in Kingston’s TechCity is a noteworthy accomplishment for a growing regional industry. The 50 Kilowatt system was manufactured and installed by Solartech Renewables; a tenant in TechCity whose solar panels are the only ones manufactured in the Northeastern United States using 100% American-made parts. The project is, “the realization of our vision for a technology center that both produces and uses green products” says TechCity Chairman Alan Ginsberg “and it’s just the beginning.” After another big tenant, Bank of America, withdrew its tax processing operation from TechCity, the facility has been looking for new tenants with fresh new ideas.                                            

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