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The Scoping Plan proposes a cap-and-invest program to penalize polluters 

State Sen. Kevin Parker has an idea co-op boards will love.

Democrats and environmentalists will push clean energy in the Legislature this year.

Home ownership just got easier in small buildings.

Renewable energy credits could be a lifesaver for some co-ops and condos.

A leak from a vacant apartment highlights a fundamental shareholder right in a housing cooperative.

These new loans can benefit older shareholders and the co-op corporation.

A greener electric grid is welcome news for co-op and condo boards.

Major green energy bills did not make the cut this year in Albany.

Co-op and condo advocates still hopeful the tax break will be revived and expanded.

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