Energy Conservation and Electrical Safety to be
Topic of Nypa
October 9, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MARCY—New York Power Authority (NYPA) Community
Relations Specialist Ann Cianfrocco will give a presentation on
energy conservation and electrical safety at the Oriskany Library on
Wednesday, October 28, at 6 p.m.
The presentation is free and open to the public.
All adults in attendance will receive a reusable tote bag containing
an energy tips booklet, a compact fluorescent light bulb and foam
gasket insulators (one per household, please).
NYPA is a leader in promoting energy-efficiency
initiatives and is working hard to help meet Governor David
Paterson’s ’45 x 15’ plan, which aims to have 45 percent of the
state’s energy needs met through clean, renewable energy and
improved energy efficiency by the year 2015.
Currently, NYPA’s energy efficiency efforts at
local, county and state government facilities, public schools and
state university campuses, save New York taxpayers over $100 million
a year and help avoid annual emissions of more than 808,000 tons of
greenhouse gases. The electricity saved through these projects each
year is enough to serve approximately 300,000 people—about the
population of Buffalo.
Cianfrocco works in NYPA’s Frederick R. Clark
Energy Center in Marcy, which is the hub of the Power Authority’s
power transmission facilities—coordinating electricity flow from its
18 power projects and other sources.
For more information, please contact Ann Cianfrocco
at 315- 792-8335 or
■ The New York Power Authority uses no tax money
or state credit. It finances its operations through the sale of
bonds and revenues earned in large part through sales of
electricity. ■ NYPA is a leader in promoting energy
efficiency, new energy technologies and electric transportation
initiatives. ■ It is the nation's largest state-owned electric
utility, with 18 generating facilities in various parts of New York
State and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines. ■
About 75 percent of the electricity it produces is clean renewable
hydropower. Its lower-cost power production and electricity
purchases support hundreds of thousands of jobs throughout the
state. ■ For more information,
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