Written by Kathryn Farrell on March 31, 2020
Co-op board's doggedness is cutting $385,000 from energy costs.
Written by Lisa Prevost on September 26, 2017
Policy guarantees savings even if the sun doesn’t shine.
Written by Lisa Prevost on September 18, 2017
A Queens co-op invests in a unique policy to protect its solar investment.
Written by Bill Morris on September 07, 2017
Georgetown Mews has been fighting a lawsuit for nearly two decades.
Written by Lisa Prevost on September 01, 2017
“Shortfall” coverage guarantees solar savings.
Written by Frank Lovece on July 21, 2017
Perseverance finally paying off for board at Georgetown Mews.
Written by Frank Lovece on July 11, 2017
Georgetown Mews co-op board fought for years to overcome roadblocks.
Written by Frank Lovece on June 16, 2017
After years of struggle, Georgetown Mews is finally installing solar panels.
Written by Marianne Schaefer on March 08, 2017
Queens co-op revives a dormant solar project.
Written by Tom Soter on January 05, 2016
Philip Eng still remembers when the lights went out.
It was a Saturday afternoon in the summer of 2005. Eng had been living at the 318-unit Regent’s Park Gardens condominium in Queens for just three months, and at first he thought there had been a short circuit in his building. But then he found that the power was off in the development’s 13 other buildings as well. It stayed off for half a day.
Eventually Eng found out why: the condo’s Con Ed bills had not been paid for months. Further investigation revealed that the condo was basically broke.
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