An over-sized check is presented for participation in Demand Response program
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    When energy use spikes, DCAS helps City government power down. Through the Demand Response program, DCAS coordinates with twenty-eight City agencies and 468 facilities to reduce energy consumption during periods of peak energy demand.
When it comes to electric vehicles, Mayor Bill de Blasio is stepping on the gas.
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    The Department of Citywide Administrative Services revealed to Crain's that the city is revving up the conversion of its vehicular fleet to battery power. Having already surpassed the mayor's 2015 goal of replacing 2,000 gas-fueled automobiles with electric models, the city is doubling down: It plans to have 4,000 such modern vehicles by 2025 and to retire their carbon dioxide–exuding predecessors.
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    The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) is accepting applications for several Civil Service exams.
Eli Blachman, editor of The City Record, is pictured at the paper’s office in th
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    While most New Yorkers have never read, or even heard of, this City-published paper, it is indispensable to many City officials and to those seeking City contracts. “This is the bible of doing business with the City of New York,” said Eli Blachman, the paper’s longtime editor. “If you want to bid for a city contract, it’s like the lottery,” he said. “You’ve got to be in it to win it.”

Rooftop solar panels are pictured in front of a backdrop of the Manhattan skylin
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    The City is adding another 26 public facilities to its roster of those poised to cut their energy use if providers indicate demand is stressing the power grid this summer. Under the Demand Response initiative, the City provides agencies and cultural institutions with specific reduction targets — and ways to meet them — should energy providers trigger the warning system because of a surge in power usage.

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