Real job-training for the green economy in New York (as opposed to the promises of politicians):
On a recent early spring day, a half-dozen workers were installing heat pumps in a two-unit property on Ellis Avenue, a Bronx street lined with low-slung brick residential buildings.
The heat pumps, a key tool in the unfolding energy transition, will provide sustainable heating and cooling for residents. They will also lower energy bills, create career opportunities and bring a measure of climate equity to residents across the Bronx and other low-to-moderate income communities that too often bear the brunt of a changing climate. Read the full article on Impact Alpha.