New York and related wind power developments

From news sources:

New York City and New York State are just darn green, gosh darn it. (Green Inc. 9/21)

Natural Power, a global renewable energy consulting firm, establishes U.S. presence, opens office in Saratoga Springs. (Natural Power, 9/2009) [someone better alert the EDF green economy map people]

U.S. House passes Rep. Paul Tonko’s (NY-21) Wind Energy Research and Development Act of 2009  (Tonko website, 9/9) Says Tonko:

This bill will take us in the right direction in terms of creating a renewable energy infrastructure that will help power our future energy needs and wean us off our gluttonous dependence on fossil fuels,” said Rep. Tonko. “We need to make sure that we develop renewable technologies that are as safe, reliable, and energy efficient as possible. The program created by this bill will do just that.

Quinnipiac University (Hamden, CT) prepares for 25 vertical axis wind turbine “garden.” (The Day, 9/20)