News & Events

02/19/2014 -
U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Perez Visits SyracuseCoE...

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02/11/2014 -
NYPA Establishes Collaborative of Energy Experts to Promote Emerging Technologies to Expand NY's Energy Economy...

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12/09/2013 -
SyracuseCoE Hosts Stakeholders Meeting with Governor Cuomo's Energy Leadership Team...

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Labs and Testbeds: New SyracuseCoE Facilities to Accelerate Innovations...

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Come visit us for a "Friday at Three" tour...

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2012 Annual Progress Report...

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Resources

SyracuseCoE looks to provide access to various resources with more information about clean and green technology, funding, policy, and education.

Current resources include:

Funding Opportunities, available as a part of SyracuseCoE's "Innovation Ecosystem," for research, demonstration, and commercialization projects related to our focus areas in Central Upstate New York.

The Syracuse CoE In The Classroom, is a new tool to help teachers bring environmental lessons into their curriculum. We've pulled the diverse background and expertise of SyracuseCoE staff into four modules: climate change, sustainable materials management, green infrastructure, and green building.

Clean and Green Links, with information ranging from green communities to green shopping to various clean and green blogs.

The US Department of Energy's Builder's Challenge, where participating home builders have an easy way to differentiate their best energy-performing homes from other products in the marketplace, and to make the benefits clear to buyers.

Publications, including The Onondaga Creek Conceptual Revitalization Plan (Draft, April 2009), the Sustainable Design Assessment Team Syracuse Report, and information about Deconstruction.

Willis H. Carrier Total Indoor Environmental Quality (TIEQ) Laboratory, a unique facility in which researchers will study how multiple factors—including temperature, humidity, air quality, lighting and sound—combine to affect human health and performance in built environments.