NYSERDA Board Appoints Barton CEO, President

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) appointed Alicia Barton as the president and chief executive officer along with two new members, Kate Fish and Sukanya Paciorek.

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Michigan Approves Historic Energy Reforms

With the signature from Governor Rick Snyder this past December, Michigan has approved legislation that will promote environmentally friendly energy use while saving residents money on electric bills.

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Riverside County Supervisors Approve Good Energy CCA Plan

During a Dec. 6 board meeting, the Riverside County supervisors approved a plan to retain Good Energy along with the Oakland-based Keyes, Fox & Wiedman to implement the county’s Community Choice Aggregation program.

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Winchester Board Votes to Work with Good Energy

In a move to help reduce electric costs for residents of Winchester, Massachusetts, the town’s Board of Selectmen recently voted to work with New York-based energy consultant Good Energy.

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3 New Jersey Towns Save with Energy Aggregation

About 36,000 homes in three south New Jersey towns can save millions in energy costs with a new Government Energy Aggregation (GEA). Through this program, New York-based energy consultant Good Energy will negotiate lower energy rates for Gloucester Township, Winslow Township and Somerdale.

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About Good Energy
Good Energy launched a business to bring a simple concept to the marketplace... savings via lower electricity costs and superior efficiency lighting solutions. A smarter way to buy power and to use power. With ever changing technologies and product offerings Good Energy has provided new efficiency applications to the market and has pioneered a community centric buying approach that has achieved hundreds of millions of dollars in savings to the residential and commercial segment.

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