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New York is Powered by You

We are a team of over 2,000 energy technologists, IT specialists, business experts, hydro engineers, and other professionals leading the energy revolution. With state-of-the-art technology, advanced R&D, and a modernized infrastructure, we provide New Yorkers with low-cost, clean, reliable power — and we are well on the way to becoming the first fully digital utility in the country. At NYPA, you will be empowered to think big, do good, and transform the energy industry.

 

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8 Locations in NYS
2,000+ Employees
1 Powerful Workforce

Connecting Communities

NYPA is Building Bridges: We empower the ERGs to articulate and highlight the value of employee based contribution to NYPA’s overall strategy.  Through partnerships and collaborations, both internal and external, ERGs increase cultural competency, strengthen internal business partnerships, develop subject matter experts and refine professional development. Recognized and established ERG’s are Women in Power, ECO, Veterans, LGBTQ, Generations, and the Multicultural group.

Impacting Our Region

NYPA’s Environmental Justice and Sustainability department underscores our commitment to underserved communities, and reinforces our historic dedication to environmental stewardship and sustainability. In short, NYPA embraces Environmental Justice and Sustainability as core corporate values.

Our Environmental Justice program is designed to improve the quality of life of our low income neighbors in communities where we operate. We do this by providing a portfolio of programs that address the unique needs of these communities. These include: STEM education, mentorships, professional development for teachers, and energy education and weatherization programs for low income homeowners.

Lead the Charge

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Lead the Charge | New York Power Authority