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HSI prioritizes energy efficiency and community resiliency through Cogeneration

HSI's  largest project, Kenmore Hall, received financing from NYCEEC to install a cogeneration system that would provide resiliency benefits, including electric power during a grid failure.


This new system ensures that the building is better equipped to handle future events like Superstorm Sandy, providing a safer and more secure home for vulnerable communities. Operation of the highly-efficient system is also expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions versus procuring 100% of the building’s energy needs through the grid.

The Mayor begins his War on Homelessness -

(Jim Dill featured) by John Surico


Mayor Bill de Blasio and Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman Make A Big Announcement - March 10, 2016

Permanent Supportive Housing

Nearly $10 million recouped by Attorney General from bad actors violating tax programs. City announced first installment will support 600 affordable apartments for formerly homeless, seniors and people with mental health needs. HSI's Kenmore Hall is one of four awardees. See the full announcement here.  

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