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Innovation in the Age of Coronavirus

The evolving COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping the world around us, and myriad Long Island forces – large and small, corporate and nonprofit, industrial and academic – have risen to the challenge. Innovate Long Island presents Innovation in the Age of Coronavirus as a running journal of this region’s resourceful response to the greatest global challenge since World War II. Stay healthy, dear readers.     Including Northeast neighbors, 45 states/territories now flagged (Oct. 27) A…


At WOS, rewriting the code on workforce development

By GREGORY ZELLER // In-demand coding skills may prove to be just the ticket for three dozen under-employed college graduates, thanks to a socially minded nonprofit and a leading regional utility. New York City-based Workforce Opportunity Services – a registered 501(c)3 aiming to diversify and bolster regional workforces by preparing underserved communities to fill specific industrial gaps – has created a 15-week coding course in collaboration with PSEG, a sort of “last mile” effort designed…


Got a couple spare megawatts? Call PSEG

Long Island energy supplier PSEG has issued a Request for Proposals to help make good on a three-year-old promise. In an October 2012 resolution, the utility’s trustees set a power-supply strategy that, among other things, diversified regional resources with “continued efforts to enhance existing renewable energy programs” and “future renewable energy procurements.” Specifically, the trustees determined to add 400 megawatts of new renewable-energy generation to PSEG’s portfolio. Operational and proposed initiatives approved since that 2012…