Congratulations to This Year’s Honorees and Nominees
Congratulations to Trinity Financial for being honored as Developer of the Year. We are proud to work with Trinity Financial on 425 Grand Concourse, a Buildings of Excellence award-winning project. Congratulations to Carol Corden, (retired) Executive Director of New Destiny, for being honored with the Clara Fox Award. As a member organization, we extend our congratulations to the Supportive Housing Network of New York for receiving the Non-Profit of the Year Award.
We are also incredibly proud that Bright Power has been involved in so many impactful affordable housing projects.
Congratulations to Bronx Commons: BFC Partners and WHEDco / Danois Architects for winning the Community Impact Competition!
Bright Power is providing solar design and installation for the 154kW solar PV system consisting of seven custom-engineered arrays using a post & rail design.
You can read a bit about each of the other Community Impact Award nominee projects below.
156th Street Development: Phipps Houses and Civic Builders / Curtis + Ginsberg Architects
Bright Power will provide Enterprise Green Communities certification services, commissioning, and solar PV design and installation services for the 62 kW array.
1921 Atlantic Avenue: Dabar Development and Thorobird Companies / GF55 Architects
We will provide Enterprise Green Communities certification services and commissioning to ensure the building systems operate optimally and as designed.
3500 Park Apartments: The Bridge / ESKW/Architects
Bright Power installed a 98 kW solar PV array on what will be The Bridge’s largest building to date.
37 Hillside: RiseBoro and Coconut Properties / SLCE and Architecture in Formation
Bright Power is providing high performance building design consulting services, Enterprise Green Communities certification services, commissioning, and NYSERDA NCP partner services.
90 Sands: Breaking Ground / Beyer Blinder Belle
We will provide energy benchmarking through EnergyScoreCards to ensure 90 Sands complies with Local Law 84/133.
Archer Green: Omni New York LLC / ESKW/Architects
Bright Power is helping incorporate efficiency measures such as advanced water conservation, renewable energy, and on-site generation to limit reliance on energy provided by the grid, in addition to providing LEED NC certification services and enhanced commissioning. Bright Power will also install our Resilient Power Hub—73 kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic (PV), 250 kW battery storage, and 140 kW of cogeneration—to build in resiliency and meet the everyday power generation needs of the building.
Beach Green Dunes II: L+M Development Partners / Curtis + Ginsberg Architects
Bright Power provided the solar design and commissioned the building and geothermal system.
Bishop Valero Senior Residence: Catholic Charities of Brooklyn & Queens / Dattner Architects
We are providing Enterprise Green Communities consulting services, commissioning, and solar PV design consulting and installation services for the 61 kW ballasted solar array.
Creston Parkview: Radson Development / Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP)
Bright Power provided Enterprise Green Communities certification services and commissioning to ensure the building systems operate optimally and as designed once occupied.
Crystal Tower: Doe Fund / Delacour, Ferrara & Church Architects
Bright Power provided Enterprise Green Communities certification services, commissioning, and NYSERDA MPP partner services.
Jackson’s Place: Community Counseling & Mediation (CCM) / Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP)
Bright Power will provide ENERGY STARⓇ Multifamily New Construction (MFNC) certification services, Enterprise Green Communities certification services, and commissioning.
Norwood Terrace: Concern for Independent Living, Inc. and B&B Urban / MHG Architects
Bright Power provided Enterprise Green Communities certification services, NYSERDA MPP partner services, and solar design consulting and installation for the 82 kW solar PV array to offset electricity costs. Read insights from Alan Bell, Principal of B&B Urban, including why solar is a must-have for reducing energy costs, in this two-part interview.
Second Farms: Association of New York Catholic Homes / Dattner Architects
We provided Enterprise Green Communities certification services, TR8 energy code progress inspections, and commissioning.
Surf Vets Place: Concern for Independent Living, Inc. and Georgica Green Ventures LLC / Stephen B. Jacobs Group PC
Bright Power provided Enterprise Green Communities certification services and commissioning.
The Crossing at Jamaica Station: BRP Companies / FXCollaborative
We are providing LEED certification consulting, NYSERDA MPP partner services, commissioning, and TR8 energy code progress inspections.