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Grant will create ‘lab house’ in Schenectady

Northeast to use home to train, test energy skills

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority announced Wednesday a $143,000 grant funded through its Green Jobs-Green New York program to Northeast Parent & Child Society to renovate this home at 209 N. Brandywine Ave. in Schenectady into a “lab house” for hands-on energy efficiency training.
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority announced Wednesday a $143,000 grant funded through its Green Jobs-Green New York program to Northeast Parent & Child Society to renovate this home at 209 N. Brandywine Ave. in Schenectady into a “lab house” for hands-on energy efficiency training.
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At-risk and low-income young adults, as well as college students and local builders, will have access to training at a “lab house” in Schenectady thanks to a state grant announced Wednesday. Northeast Parent & Child Society is buying a home on North Brandywine Avenue that will provide hands-on training and testing in energy efficiency skills and technology. The purchase was made possible by a $143,000 Green Jobs-Green New York grant from the New York State ...


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