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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.

New rule lays out specifics of how notices must be posted and distributed.

Progressive bill was opposed by industry and many co-op and condo advocates.

Spur for affordable housing, derided as welfare for developers, appears doomed.

The greening of the electric grid will help boards cut carbon emissions.

State legislators want to delay decision on updating tax break set to expire in June. 

Gov. Kathy Hochul has proposed new tax breaks for affordable housing.

Alexander Lycoyannis of Rosenberg & Estis testified against controversial bill.

Public hearing yields a promise from sponsors that co-ops will be exempt.

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