Just In! for May 27, 2023

The weekly newsletter of the New York Geothermal Energy Organization (NY-GEO)

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Industry Updates:

NYers Rally for NY HEAT Act, Bill Advances in Senate“Today (2023 05 23), elected officials joined 100 advocates at the NY State Capitol to demand that the NYS Legislature pass the NY HEAT Act before the end of session. NY HEAT would cap energy bills at 6% of household income for low- and middle- income families, saving them up to $75 per month. On top of the $75 monthly savings, NY HEAT gets rid of the unfair 100-foot rule, which forces New York families to subsidize new gas hookups to the tune of $200 million every year and worsens the climate crisis. As New Yorkers face increasing utility rate hikes, the groups demanded NYS leadership pass NY HEAT to make energy – a basic necessity – more affordable for all families.” On the same day as the rally, the Senate Energy & Telecommunications Committee, Chaired by Senator Kevin Parker, voted in favor of the NY HEAT Act and sent it to the Finance Committee, chaired by HEAT Act bill sponsor Liz Krueger. However, the bill hasn’t moved in the Assembly. To get involved on this initiative contact Lisa Marshall at lisa@nyforcleanpower.org. Press release link here.

Senate Energy Committee Chair Kevin Parker and New Yorkers for Clean Power Executive Director Betta Broad celebrate advance of the NY HEAT Act.



500 Foot Drill Bill Passes Assembly, Advances in Senate – S6604/A6949 removes regulatory requirements which inappropriately place geothermal boreholes under regulatory requirements designed for oil and gas drilling. Those regulations effectively block boreholes deeper than 500 feet deep.  Deeper boreholes can be an important option in denser urban areas and for larger projects and thermal energy networks. The bill is sponsored by the respective Chairs of the Environmental Conservation Committees, Pete Harckham in the Senate and Deborah Glick in the Assembly. The Assembly passed the bill on May 17th. It has reached 3rd reading status in the Senate and could pass there soon.  Press release link here.

Assembly EnCon Chair Deborah Glick  Senate EnCon Chair Pete Harckham   



West Seneca Plan for a Geothermal Village – At the request of Assembly Member Pat Burke, a plan has been developed for a geothermal clean energy community dubbed Ebeneezer Village at a soon to be vacated campus in the Buffalo suburb of West Seneca. A graduate student team from the University of Buffalo’s School of Architecture and Planning developed the vision for Ebeneezer Village under the leadership of Professor Ernest Sternberg. “This report was prepared to provide the Town of West Seneca with an assessment of the current conditions and a proposal of future directions for an approximately 475-acre parcel located within the town”. The Ebeneezer Village plan provides a tremendous model for a lively community with homes that minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Ebeneezer Village plan link here

Beacon Communities Kicks Off Carbon-Neutral Review of Current and Future Projects - Company website – “Supported by up to $250,000 in funding from NYSERDA, Ithaca-based (NY-GEO member) Taitem Engineering will review Beacon’s 2.5 million square-foot portfolio across the state. Working with Syracuse based Northeast Green Building Consulting, Taitem will explore the best possible design options and opportunities to eliminate use of fossil fuels in all of Beacon’s existing buildings as well as in new construction projects undertaken by the firm to ensure their current and future buildings are both clean and resilient." Article link here.

Beacon Communities’ Colonial II affordable senior housing project in Rome, features geothermal heating & cooling, a solar field, and full replacement of the façade with an efficient panel system



Washington State Hits Pause on Landmark Gas Ban - David Iaconangelo – E&E News - "Washington state building code officials voted Wednesday to delay the first statewide mandate for electric heat pumps in new buildings, dealing a blow to a landmark restriction on natural gas. The decision comes after a federal court overturned the nation’s first gas ban for new buildings, which was passed in 2019 in Berkeley, Calif. That court — the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals — also handles appeals from Washington. The Washington State Building Code Council voted 8-2 to delay the mandate for 120 days. It also approved a second motion to begin the process of revising the building codes to reduce the risk of them being overturned." Thanks to Andra Lemainis of the Alliance for a Green Economy (AGREE) for this tip.  Article link here.

Tax Credit Proposal Worth Up to $10 Million for Renewable Natural Gas Producers - S2584 advanced from the Senate Energy and Telecommunications Committee to the Senate Finance Committee on May 23rd.  The bill provides a 25 cent per gallon tax credit for the production of biomethane (renewable natural gas) up to $2.5 million per taxpayer per year for up to no more than 4 years. The Assembly version of the bill – A1886 - is in the Ways and Means Committee. Bill link here.



Which European Nations Are Winning the Heat Pump Race? - Carrie King – BBC News – “…it is not surprising that Europe's coldest countries, with the best insulation, have the highest heat pump penetration. According to the International Energy Agency, 60% of Norway's buildings are fitted with a heat pump, followed closely by Sweden at 43% and Finland at 41%. In Germany the figure is a little over 4% and in the UK just 1%. ‘Scandinavia is much more advanced because they have higher insulation standards and moved from direct electric heating to heat pumps early because it's saved them from day one,’ says Thomas Nowak, secretary general of the European Heat Pump Association.” Thanks to NY-GEO member Billii Roberti for this tip. Article link here.

Clean Power Stumbled in Q1 – Renewable Energy World – “The American Clean Power Association (ACP) released two new market reports and found that combined U.S. wind, utility solar, and energy storage capacity had the third-largest year on record in 2022 with more than 25 GW of capacity installed. Clean power dominated new power capacity additions in 2022, comprising nearly 80% of all new grid additions. However, a decline in deployment volume from the previous two years, combined with an historically low Q1 2023, underscored what the group said represented ‘the continued headwinds facing the industry.’ ” Article link here.

Debt Ceiling Deal Could Include Faster Permitting for Fossil Fuel Projects – Grace Van Deelen – Sierra (Sierra Club Magazine) – “In recent months, some voices on Capitol Hill have floated the idea of changing how energy projects are approved in order to speed the completion of electricity transmission lines and generating facilities. While Republicans want faster permitting of new fossil fuel projects, some Democrats want to quickly improve clean energy infrastructure to meet President Biden’s goal of generating 80 percent of the nation’s electricity with renewable sources by 2030… According to Politico, Republicans’ proposed deal would require Democrats to wait for later legislation to address their top permitting priorities, such as approving the new transmission lines to connect new renewable electricity projects to the energy grid. For that reason, Democrats are wary of accepting the deal.” Article link here.

Rural electricity is getting its biggest boost since FDR – Jeff St. John – Canary Media - "The Inflation Reduction Act earmarked $10.7B to make rural energy cleaner and more affordable. Now we have the details on how exactly the program will work. America’s rural electric cooperatives, the member-owned-and-operated entities that bring power to 42 million people and cover more than half the country, will soon get their biggest jolt of federal funding since the New Deal law that created them in the first place."  Article link here.

CA Takes Step Toward Modernizing Grid - Jeff St. John – Canary Media – The CA grid operator’s (CAISO’s) 20-year transmission outlook identifies $30.5 billion in new transmission needed to reach the state’s 2045 clean energy goals. CAISO has taken a crucial step by approving a $7.3 billion plan to build some of the thousands of miles of new high-voltage transmission lines needed. Clean energy advocates note that permitting and interconnection reform, and the retiring of fossil fuel plants also are areas that need to be addressed. Article link here

Minnesota Advances on Climate Action? – Maria Gallucci – Canary Media – “Minnesota is having a blockbuster year for climate policy. …Gov. Walz signed a budget package that includes a raft of IRA-reminiscent incentives for electrifying homes, vehicles and public buildings…More than $30 million is allotted in the state budget for installing rooftop solar panels on schools and other public buildings...A $16 million electric-vehicle rebate program provides $2,500in point-of-sale rebates for drivers buying new models and a $600 rebate for used EVs… The budget package includes $13 million in grants and rebates to help homeowners install electric heat pumps, plus another $6.5 million for upgrading electric panels to support the added electricity load from heat pumps, induction stoves and electric cars.” Article link here.

Texas Reverses Course On Renewables - Emily Foxhall, Kai Elwood-Dieu and Zach Despart - The Texas Tribune– Renewable Energy World – After decades of support for renewable energy enabled Texas to produce more wind power than any other state, it appears that lawmakers will block renewables from accessing the state tax breaks, loan offers and additional revenue that fossil fuel generators will get. This despite renewables providing the cheapest electricity in the state and benefits to rural areas. Article link here

2023 RHN Legislative and Budget Agenda - The Renewable Heat Now Campaign (RHN) is organizing to win funding and policies that will move fossil fuels out of our buildings affordably and equitably. The legislative package includes the NY Home Energy Equitable Transition (HEAT) Act – (S2016/A4592 – Krueger/Fahy). See more on the Heat Act here. And take action here.

Climate Updates:

EPA: Climate Change and Children’s Health – “Our climate is changing, and the health and well-being of children will continue to be affected in many ways. Children are uniquely vulnerable to climate change due to a variety of physical, cognitive, behavioral, and social factors…  This national-scale, multi-sector report quantifies projected health effects associated with extreme heat, air quality, changing seasons, flooding, and infectious diseases. Where possible, the analyses consider the extent to which these risks disproportionately fall on children from overburdened populations.” Report link here .

Debt Relief and Climate Action in Columbia – Joshua Collins - Green Life (the latest from Sierra Magazine) – “Colombian President Gustavo Petro won his election last June partly on promises to usher in a new age of clean energy in the country. He has frozen new oil exploration projects and promised to wean Colombia’s economy off the hydrocarbon extraction industries on which it depends...When Petro met with Biden last month, he brought with him his sales pitch for what he calls 'a just energy transition,' and the message seemed well received by the White House…Petro, in statements the following day, said that the two countries will work together to build ‘a renewed Alliance for Progress with a view to developing clean energy in the Americas,’ part of which could include a US proposal to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help secure financing. He called the debt relief conversation ‘the most important agreement with President Biden; it could quite literally change the world.’ " Article link here.

1/5 of the World Could Live with Dangerous Heat by 2100 – Kristoffer Tigue – Inside Climate News – According to a study from the journal Nature Sustainability, “…if global warming continues at its current pace, even if nations uphold their pledges under the Paris Agreementsome 2 billion people would see a mean annual temperature of 84 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, starting in as early as 2070, when Earth’s population is expected to reach at least 9.5 billion.  Most people live in a ‘human climate niche’ that ranges between a mean annual temperature of 55 degrees and 80 degrees, the researchers said, so that many people experiencing a major uptick in regional heat would be unprecedented.” Article link here.

Eye In the Sky For Methane Detection - Liz Hampton – Reuters – Early next year, an affiliate of the Environmental Defense Fund will launch a satellite dedicated to finding methane emissions. MethaneSAT will freely provide its location and methane scale data to the public. The company aims to scan 80% of the world’s oil and gas producing regions. In New Mexico, which produces half the oil in the U.S. and lacks the inspectors to adequately enforce regulations, the availability of the methane data will enable activists to file reports on methane leaks with regulators. Article link here.

Developing World Has Unequal Burden Of Extreme Weather And Climate Disasters - Andrew Freedman – Axios – Per a UN report, between 1970 and 2021, the developing world suffered 91% of the world’s climate disasters (at a cost of $4.3 trillion), and 71% of related deaths. Despite being the primary cause of global warming, the developed world suffered only 5% and 3%, respectively, of the disasters and deaths. However, the cost to the U.S. was still $1.7 trillion. To help address the problem, the U.N hopes to deploy early warning systems to every country by 2027. Article link here.

New York City Is Sinking from Weight of Its Skyscrapers – Oliver Milman - The Guardian - New York City is sinking in part due to the extraordinary weight of its vertiginous buildings, worsening the flooding threat posed to the metropolis from the rising seas, new research has found. The Big Apple may be the city that never sleeps but it is a city that certainly sinks, subsiding by approximately 1-2mm each year on average, with some areas of New York City plunging at double this rate, according to researchers. Article link here.

Website Predicts the Impact Of Climate Change into the Future Value of Homes – Climate Alpha (NY-based software developer) - “62% of Americans consider climate change in their home buying and selling decisions.  Accelerating climate change makes it harder than ever to know the future value of your most precious asset: your home.  Let us help you find the right time to sell and the best place to buy between now and 2040. Here’s how it works:

·      Enter a property address

·      Tell us the current valuation

·      Select a target year

·      Get your valuation forecast.” 

Graphic below is for a house on Buffalo’s West Side, a relatively climate-resilient location.  Web page link here

Frequent Sources for Just In! briefs:


Green Energy Times

City & State First Read

POLITICO Weekly NY & NJ Energy email)

Canary Media

National Building Electrification Network & Sunstone Strategies

Just in! thanks NY-GEO board member John Ciovacco of Aztech Geothermal for his frequent proofreading contributions to this publication and Paul Maliszewski for his work on the briefs.


*Indicates a New Listing or Updated Information

2023 05 31 – National Grid Electrification Summit – 9:30 am to 3:30 pm ET – Speakers include John O’Leary (Deputy Secretary for Energy & Environment, Office of the Governor), Justin Driscoll (Acting President & Chief Executive Officer, New York Power Authority), Kevin Parker (State Senator, 21st District), Carrie Woerner (Assembly Member, District 113), Diane Burman, (Commissioner, New York State Public Service Commission), Gavin J. Donohue, (President & CEO, Independent Power Producers of New York, Inc.), Bart Franey (Vice President, Clean Energy Development, National Grid) Laurie Wheelock (Executive Director & Counsel, Public Utility Law Project of New York), Daphany Rose Sanchez (Executive Director, Kinetic Communities), Anne Reynolds (Executive Director, Alliance for Clean Energy NY). This appears to be an in-person event with a charge for all but government officials. Register here.


2023 06 08 – Clean Heat Program Stakeholders Meeting – 9:00-10:00 am ET - The NYS Clean Heat Utility Joint Management Committee (JMC) will host the next quarterly meeting of the Working Group Series for Participating Contractors and Industry PartnersThis series is billed as an ongoing platform for contractors and industry partners affiliated with NYS Clean Heat to discuss program improvements and address questions related to the program. Registration link here.


2023 12 5th to 7th - IGSHPA Annual Conference – The International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) will be holding its annual conference December 5 to 7 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. IGSHPA is partnering again this year with NGWA (National Ground Water Association). Early bird registration is open now, along with exhibitor, sponsorship, and advertising opportunities. Presenter abstracts for the workshops are due by May 31, 2023. Selection of speakers and workshop topics will be confirmed in June.  For more information, check out the conference page.


2024 05 28th to 30thIGSHPA Research Conference - The International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) is pleased to announce that the next IGSHPA Research Conference will be held at Polytechnique Montréal. This is the fourth in a series of research conferences held in Denver (2017), Stockholm (2018), and Las Vegas (2022). Like the previous three conferences, papers will undergo peer-review to ensure quality. Details will follow, but it is anticipated that abstracts will be due on September 18, 2023 and papers due around November 20, 2023. Question? Write to info@igshpa.org

JOBS !                                                                    * = new listing

List of Climate Tech Job Boards - Elaine Reddy – Ad Hoc Group – The Ad Hoc Group has put together a list of 27 climate tech related job boards.

*Hudson Valley Community College - Instructor-Heating and Refrigeration Systems - Salary for this 10-month position is $48,981.00. Application closes: Jun 23, 2023. (listed 2023 05 27) Click here for qualifications and details.


Alliance for a Green Economy (AGREE) seeks:

- an Outreach Manager to develop outreach strategies for the newly created Central New York Clean Energy Hub, which will connect people to the clean energy economy and its benefits, including clean energy careers, improved energy affordability, home improvements, and rebates for businesses and transportation. The Outreach Manager will be managing a 4-person outreach team and coordinating all aspects of outreach to community members throughout the Central New York Region.

- four Energy Advisors for the CNY Clean Energy Hub to reach diverse communities throughout CNY with Hub materials, workshops, and energy affordability/clean energy opportunities.

- a Regulatory Attorney/Regulatory Advocate to spearhead our work in utility rate cases and regulatory proceedings in New York State advancing building electrification, ending our dependence on methane gas, increasing energy efficiency, energy affordability, and renewable energy generation, and preventing false solutions from capturing public funding.

- a Communications Director to build a public face for AGREE in our local Central New York community as well as across the state in order to support ongoing campaigns, respond to real-time developments and policy emergencies, and strategically raise AGREE’s profile and increase our constituent base.

(listed January 14, 2023) The postings are available here.

PWGC Environmental Engineers, Bohemia, NY - Geothermal Engineer – PWGC, a multi-year award-winning environmental engineering firm seeks an experienced professional engineer for closed loop geothermal projects in the downstate New York area. Expert knowledge of commercial building sciences, mechanical system design, conventional HVAC, heat pump technologies, building automation and energy modeling applications. This position requires 5-10 years related experience, bachelor’s degree in civil, mechanical or chemical engineering and a PE License. Advanced knowledge of CAD 3D and 4D software and REVIT. Interested? Send your resume to hr@pwgrosser.com or apply on our website at pwgrosser.com/careers 

PUSH Policy Coordinator - People United for Sustainable Housing (PUSH Buffalo) seeks a Policy Coordinator to support the work of the Policy & Strategy department, with a focus on local, state, and regional climate and environmental justice policies in the areas of transportation electrification, power generation, building decarbonization, and equitable investment. (listed 2022 08 27) The posting is available here

Sustainable Westchester - Clean Energy Associate, EnergySmart Homes. (Location: Mount Kisco, NY) - The Community Energy Advisor (CEA) is a full time position at Sustainable Westchester. This position will provide assistance, direction, organization, coordination of programs that work to inform residents, multifamily building owners, and small businesses, with an emphasis in low-to-moderate income and priority communities, of the options for adopting clean energy strategies in their homes and businesses. $50k-$60k/year. (listed 2022 08 06) The posting is available here


Sustainable Westchester - Marketing, Communications and Outreach Director. (Location: Mount Kisco, NY) The Director of Marketing, Communications and Outreach will be responsible for developing and implementing Sustainable Westchester’s marketing, communication and outreach plans & strategies including public relations, digital communications, key messaging, storytelling and brand experience. $75k-$80k/year.  (listed 2022 08 06) The posting is available here


Clean Energy Associate (PAID INTERNSHIP) - Sustainable Westchester aims to educate and train the next generation of leaders in sustainability in Westchester. We hire students and recent graduates who have the skills, passion, intelligence and maturity to take on significant responsibility to help bring clean energy solutions to our residents. Throughout the duration of the position, associates may work with elected officials, municipal leaders, community members, subject matter experts, and consultants to provide a one-of-a-kind experience. We are committed to providing these valuable work opportunities to people from communities that have been underrepresented in the environmental field. (listed 2022 08 06) See Sustainable Westchester website for more.

Rewiring America – Federal Senior Policy Manager – The FSPM will own and drive critical efforts to influence federal policy initiatives. This role will manage the Federal policy team and lobbyists, lead the strategy and execution of federal policy, oversee targeted research and the drafting of key content, and provide critical perspectives in support of the multi-pronged policy strategy for Rewiring. This important work will continue and grow Rewiring America’s ability to affect federal policy, removing key barriers for electrification. (listed 2022 07 09) The posting is available here.


Rewiring America – Local Policy Director - With a clear vision, smart strategies, and significant and sustained financial support, Rewiring America is growing rapidly. As the Local Policy Manager on the Policy team you will lead on efforts to influence local policy initiatives around the country, particularly in public schools. This role will drive policy strategy, targeted research, support the drafting of policy and campaign documents, and provide input into the policy team’s public school electrification work. (listed 2022 07 09) The posting is available here.

Sierra Club Campaign Representative - Building Electrification (Location: MA/CT) - The Sierra Club seeks a strategic, collaborative, and equity-focused Campaign Representative to advance initiatives to end fossil fuel use in homes and buildings across Massachusetts and Connecticut. In this newly created position, the Campaign Representative will join a regional team that is working to address the climate crisis by moving the Northeast from dirty to clean energy… They represent Sierra Club to government officials, the media, business and community leaders, allies and other organizations, and the public. (listed 2022 07 09) The posting is available here. 


 The Climate Solutions Accelerator of the Genesee Finger Lakes Region – Is looking to hire two staff members: 

·    The Manager of Organizational Programs will lead our efforts to educate, inspire, and support businesses and nonprofits that want to take action on climate.

·    The Program Director will be in charge of developing an exciting new program that we're not allowed to talk about until our contract with the funder is fully executed (which makes the hiring process a bit complicated). (listed 2022 05 28). The posting is available here


Hudson Valley Climate Leadership Coordinator-The Hudson Valley Regional Council is hiring for a full-time Climate Leadership Coordinator. The successful applicant will carry out tasks related to the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation’s Climate Leadership Support Services Program for the seven-county Mid-Hudson Region. The Regional Council is looking forward to welcoming another collaborative, passionate, and motivated member to the team!  (listed 2022 05 14) The posting is available here.

Alliance for a Green Economy (AGREE)is excited to announce that our organization is growing, and we are looking to fill the key position of Research Fellow. We seek passionate, intelligent, and kind people who work well both independently and as part of a team, and who are ready to roll up their sleeves and get stuff done.” (listed 2022 04 09).

Acadia Center is Hiring - for an energy efficiency and building energy justice manager, a senior energy attorney and a climate and energy policy analyst (listed 2022 03 05)  Click here for more information.


Energy Department Will Recruit 1,000 Additional Staffers For New Corps To Tackle The Climate Crisis • The DOE is starting up a Clean Energy Corps to help implement the bipartisan infrastructure law and develop clean-energy solutions to the climate crisis, the agency said. It will hire 1,000 new employees through a newly launched hiring portal.” (from 2022 01 14 Green Energy News) [CNN]


HVAC Project Manager – Aztech Geothermal, Ballston Spa, NY – Aztech Geothermal, a well-respected Geothermal Heat Pump design-build contractor, is seeking an experienced HVAC Project Manager responsible for estimating project costs, purchasing/sourcing materials & equipment, project planning including management of technicians and subcontractors. This position requires 3-5+ years' experience in Residential &/or Commercial HVAC, including AC/heat pump equipment, power and control wiring, HVAC plumbing, and sheetmetal/air distribution systems. Strong candidates must be comfortable with computers and common Microsoft programs with ability to learn industry specific analysis software. Interested? Send your resume to info@aztechgeo.com.


Mechanical Design Engineer – Geothermal Focus – CHA Consulting - CHA Consulting, Inc. is an innovative, full-service engineering consulting and construction management firm working to responsibly improve the world we live in. Currently seeking a PE mechanical engineer with experience in the design of geothermal systems to support building scale and district geothermal project development, feasibility, design and construction. CGD certification preferred. Rochester, Syracuse, Albany, Northern NJ or Boston based. More here (Listed 2021 10 04)

Sierra Club Seeks Expert on “Renewable Natural Gas” - Sierra Club is looking for a new expert for PUC proceedings across the U.S. on "renewable natural gas" (including biomethane), synthetic gas and hydrogen. Experience with utility regulation and gas utility business models is a plus. If you have any recommendations, please email: Amneh Minkara (amneh.minkara@sierraclub.org)

UHAB is Hiring -UHAB (Urban Homesteading Assistance Board ) is hiring a Project Associate focusing on Energy Services, including Co-ops Go Solar, Clean Heat for Co-ops, and other energy efficiency and energy-reducing renewable technology partnerships... We also have a few other positions posted, for a part-time Affordable Housing Loan Officer, and a full-time Project Associate on the Co-op Improvement Program who’ll provide services to distressed affordable buildings. All of the job postings are viewable on our website here. I appreciate your help to get the word out within your networks!” From email from Emily Ng.

Aztech Geothermal is Hiring- Seeking an Experienced Heat Pump Technician in NY's Capital District - Aztech Geothermal is looking for an Experienced Residential HVAC Technician in the Capital Region to join our growing installation and service business based in Ballston Spa. Geothermal heat pump experience a plus. but not required; we are willing to train the right individual. Our company is based in Ballston Spa and principally serves the Capital District, Hudson Valley and Western Massachusetts. More Information

“Dandelion Energy is growing its Drilling Department and we are looking for Senior/Master Drillers to operate our new rigs and lead our on-site drilling efforts for residential geothermal projects.In this role, you will make a significant impact in redefining how residential ground heat exchangers are installed which will lay the groundwork for Dandelion’s future growth and success. The Senior Driller will be directly responsible for the production rate of geothermal boreholes, the operation, and maintenance of equipment, the safety of on-site workers, and delivering feedback to both the Operations and Engineering team on how to optimize the overall process. For more information about the Senior Driller opening please apply here: https://boards.greenhouse.io/dandelionenergy/jobs/4879245002

Not a Senior Driller? check out our other exciting opportunities on our career site: https://dandelionenergy.com/jobs


Ongoing – NYSERDA is hiring! The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has ongoing recruitment opportunities. Join our email list or check this page periodically to learn about new career opportunities. All qualified individuals will be evaluated for each relevant position for which they apply. Opportunities include:

NYSERDA Career Opportunities

NY Green Bank Career Opportunities

Paid Fellowship Opportunities

Paid Internship Opportunities

To learn more about NYSERDA, please visit our social media channels.


NY-GEO is not necessarily notified when jobs are filled. If you find one of these jobs are no longer available, please let us know.