|By PR Newswire||
|April 21, 2017 10:37 AM EDT|
SYRACUSE, N.Y., April 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's Reforming the Energy Vision (REV), the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced this week that a total of $15.5 million in funding is available for energy storage projects for all New Yorkers. Pfister Energy has just opened an office in Syracuse, New York and can now offer a comprehensive line of products, services and clean energy solutions to serve in this emerging market.
Wayne Pfisterer, President of Pfister Energy is very excited about this opportunity and states, "NY State and Governor Cuomo's vision coincides with our belief for a new energy paradigm where energy is both generated on-site and stored for use in buildings." We have installed many projects in the New York area so now is the perfect time to start your renewable energy and storage project. Contact us today.
Pfister's vision is to change the way that energy is generated and delivered and to provide greater energy control for our customers through increased solar self-consumption and reduced peak energy usage — contributing to a clean, more reliable energy world. Although we specialize in solar and lighting, a differentiator that sets us apart from our competition is that we provide our clients with integrated, clean energy "stackable" solutions. By stacking solar, thermal, wind, daylighting, storage and other clean renewable energy systems as part of a smart, on-site, integrated energy plan, we can provide holistic renewable energy solutions to our clients which allow them to save more energy, control costs and achieve a greater ROI.
About Pfister Energy:
Pfister Energy is a turnkey solar and renewable energy company for commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. Pfister is based in New Jersey with additional office locations in Maryland, Georgia, Florida and now our newly added New York office. With our other roofing partners, we possess over 30 years of commercial roofing and clean energy experience. Clean energy is not limited to solar and as part of our smart building-integrated energy plan, we provide holistic solutions by stacking solar, thermal, wind, daylighting and other energy efficiency systems. As a total solutions provider offering design, procurement, installation, commissioning, maintenance and even financing, our clients not only receive best-in-class, cost effective and tailored energy solutions but will be contributing to a cleaner and sustainable future environment.
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