NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 8.6.18

Amy’s Kitchen to get discounted power

“Amy’s Kitchen, the organic foods processing plant that will be built in the Town of Goshen, will be getting discount power under New York state’s ReCharge NY Program, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office announced Wednesday.”

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Cornellians vie for $2.5M in clean-energy competition

“Four teams of Cornellians, armed with a Cornell education or licensed technology or both, were among 20 finalists showcasing bold, cutting-edge startups that have the potential to revolutionize the future of energy at the 76West Clean Energy Competition July 31-Aug. 1.”

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Vent manufacturer hopes to change code, industry practices

“The complex tapestry of building codes that regulate how structures are built holds a key to potential growth for an Albany manufacturer that wants expand its workforce and sales.”

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At Greyston Bakery, no resumes or interviews are required to land a job

“For 36 years, one New York bakery has incorporated “open hiring” into its recruitment process, a model based on removing biases during the job application process, and it hopes to share its practices with other businesses in order to provide opportunities for those struggling to find jobs.”

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