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  • Solar power to shine during annual tour

    September 28, 2010
    BUFFALO, NY – Other 'green' features will share spotlight in Saturday's event Homes and buildings incorporating solar power and other "green" features will have their moment in the sun Saturday. The region's annual Tour of Solar Homes and Green B...
  • Saluting Energy Efficiency In Buffalo

    September 25, 2010
    On Saturday, October 2, the Western New York Sustainable Energy Association will host its 15th annual Tour of Solar Homes and Green Businesses. This tour will include 24 area buildings that have implemented a solar array or have some sort of gree...
  • Solar Panel Projects Progress At Schools

    September 23, 2010
    Solar Liberty has been awarded the bid to install solar panels at John Jay High School and Middle School. School board members voted unanimously to award the $462,024 bid at the board meeting on Thursday, Aug. 26, setting the stage for the panels ...
  • New Panels Save Campus Cash

    September 22, 2010
    BUFFALO, NY — Medaille College has officially gone green. Over the summer, Solar Liberty and Medaille teamed up and worked out a way to make the Buffalo campus a Beta site for solar energy by bringing two sets of solar panels, one on the roof of...
  • Looking For U.S. To Step Up On Solar

    September 14, 2010
    AMHERST, NY – Rest of the world sets pace on energy use, experts say when it comes to actually using the sun's power. That was one of the messages from experts at a workshop Wednesday in Amherst that explored solar power's applications and challe...
  • City Mission Gets Big Solar Power Boost (VIDEO)

    August 24, 2010
    BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Buffalo's City Mission is getting a boost in going green. A new program will help more organizations save money and power. The power of the sun will provide big-time budget relief in one of the major expenses for the Ci...
  • Site preparation to begin on ‘Solar Strand’

    August 17, 2010
    BUFFALO, NY – Workers will begin mowing, clearing and grading land adjacent to Flint Road next month to make way for “The Solar Strand,” a 1.1 megawatt solar-energy array designed by internationally renowned landscape architect Walter Hood a...
  • Solar Fire Department Expects to Save $200k

    August 16, 2010
    Cheektowaga, NY – Bellevue (N.Y) Fire District No. 9 recently installed a Solar Liberty system on its fire station, funded mostly by a grant from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. The 140 200-watt solar panels are on ...
  • Solar success story: Bellevue Fire District #9

    August 04, 2010
    Cheektowaga, NY – “There’s no down side to solar energy”, says Bellevue Fire District Commissioner Jamie Casucci of the new solar photovoltaic system installed at his firehouse at 511 Como Park Boulevard in Cheektowaga. The District provid...
  • Harnessing the Future of Solar Energy, Today

    July 30, 2010
    A focused look at solar energy in schools With 64 million grade school students and 37 million college students enrolled in the United States, improving schools and education facilities is one of the most powerful ways on-site renewable energy can...
  • Alfred University closes in on solar energy goal

    July 27, 2010
    Thanks to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), Alfred University (AU) is closer to meeting its goal of generating 100 kilowatts of solar power on campus within five years, said Michael Neiderbach, executive direc...
  • Solar power: Three weeks, 3,000 kWh

    July 21, 2010
    HANOVER, NY – It has been about three weeks since the town of Hanover began using the energy of the sun to power their town hall. Solar panels were recently installed on the roof of Hanover Town Hall. The town's solar-energy system has been full...
  • Solar Liberty: Creating Jobs in New York’s Green Economy

    May 11, 2010
    BUFFALO, NY – President Obama came to Buffalo, New York today to talk about helping small businesses create jobs. He brought a message of empowering small businesses so they can hire more workers. “Government can’t create jobs,” Mr. Obama sai...
  • UB Law students research energy needs in Haiti

    April 11, 2010
    BUFFALO, NY (WBFO) – Some University at Buffalo law students will present the results of their research this evening into how solar energy can provide a brighter future for the people of Haiti. The students worked with the Solar Liberty Foundati...
  • Haiti's future, painted in green

    April 11, 2010
    BUFFALO, NY – A win-win-win partnership – among two UB Law clinics and a Buffalo foundation with big dreams for the nation of Haiti – was showcased April 14. The colloquy, "A Brighter Future for Haiti: The Power of Renewable Energy," drew an...
  • Canticle Farm Goes Solar

    March 31, 2010
    ALLEGANY, NY – Since 2001, Canticle Farm, a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm in Allegany, NY, has embraced environmentally-responsible farming practices in growing its wide variety of produce. And now it has added yet another element t...
  • Local Residents Turn To Solar Panels For Electricity

    March 27, 2010
    NAPOLI, NY - Glenn Wahl expects to make enough electricity by using the solar panels he recently installed that he may be able to sell some of that energy back. Wahl, a retired teacher from the Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District, s...
  • DeSales solar panels up and running

    March 24, 2010
    LOCKPORT, NY – DeSales Catholic School is seeing the light. Now that light is supplying part of the school’s electrical needs. The Chestnut Ridge Road school is among a number of local Catholic schools that are installing solar panels on thei...
  • Catholic schools are installing roof-based solar panels

    March 17, 2010
    Project lowers costs of electricity, teaches benefits of going green NIAGARA FALLS, NY – Students, administrators and staff at Catholic schools across the region are warming to their shiny new rooftops. Crews already have installed solar pane...
  • Fire hall goes green with solar panel installation

    March 15, 2010
    AMHERST, NY – Through a state conservation grant, Eggertsville Hose Company has made its fire hall energy-efficient with the recent installation of 140 solar power modules on the roof of the truck bays. John Kwiatkowski, Eggertsville’s project...
  • Eggertsville GOES GREEN

    March 08, 2010
    EGGERTSVILLE, NY – The Solar Project at the Eggertsville Fire Hall has been completed and the system is now producing electricity. This 30kW system has 3 components. The first consists of 140 Photovoltaic Modules mounted on the flat roof above t...
  • Haitian relief - Solar cookers shipped to quake-ravaged zone

    February 03, 2010
    BUFFALO, NY – Solar Liberty Foundation is aiding the Haiti relief effort by shipping solar cookers to prepare meals and solar panels to power a medical center. Foundation Executive Director Paige Mecca said a cooker weighs about 10 pounds, hold...
  • NYPA: Going green picking up wind

    January 27, 2010
    Niagara Falls and the rest of Western New York are poised to be a major beneficiary in what is being called the largest solar power initiative in New York state’s history. New York Power Authority President and Chief Executive Officer Richard M...
  • NYPA: CEO says statewide initiative will benefit WNY greatly

    January 26, 2010
    Niagara Falls and the rest of Western New York are poised to be a major beneficiary in what is being called the largest solar power initiative in New York state’s history. New York Power Authority President and Chief Executive Officer Richard M...
  • Hope for Haiti by Harnessing the Power of the Sun

    January 15, 2010
    Solar Liberty Foundation Many of you have seen the news reports about the devastating earthquake that has recently befallen Haiti. The destruction to homes, businesses and infrastructure is overwhelming but the loss of human life is even more st...

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