Keeping the Island Park Fire Department Hot With CHP

Posted by Dalkia Aegis on Feb 6

If someone asked you to think of New York, chances are, even if you’ve never visited, you’ve seen enough of the city on television or in the movies to bring to mind visions of some of the landmarks like the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building, or the men and women in uniform who keep the residents and visitors safe.

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Topics: island park fire department, NYC, Randall's Island, island park, Energy Savings, Blog, Yanmar, micro chp

Con Edison and NYSERDA Could Cover 100 Percent of Combined Heat and Power Installation

Posted by Dalkia Aegis on Aug 7

With the deadline for a significant Combined Heat and Power incentive fast approaching, Aegis Energy, EDF Group is notifying potential eligible building owners and facility managers about the Brooklyn Queens Demand Management (BQDM) Program.

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Topics: NYC, incentives, NYSERDA, CHP, Con Edison, Blog, BQDM, CHP Partnership

Anchin Construction & Development Forum: The Takeaways

Posted by Dalkia Aegis on Feb 22

If you’ve read any of our recent blogs, you know that in addition to being a leader in emerging technology—CHP—we also pride ourselves on being at the forefront of legislative updates that could affect the energy market and our customers. Last month, our blog focused on New York City, and this month, our travels took us there—to the Anchin Construction and Development Forum, more specifically.

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Topics: trade shows, anchin construction development forum, NYC, combined heat and power, tradeshow, 2018, Blog, New York City, events

Does Your Building Make the Grade?

Posted by Dalkia Aegis on Jan 29

When it comes to selecting which of the 24,000 New York City restaurants to dine in, many locals have come to rely on the city’s Restaurant Grades system. Derived and maintained by the Health Department, the grading system reflects inspection scores: the lower the score, the lower the grade, which correlates to how the inspector perceived safe food handling, food temperature, personal hygiene and vermin control.

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Topics: restaurant grades system, NYC, nyc restaurant grades system, 2018, Blog, energy efficiency, buildings, New York City, news