Companies getting power from the state

A New York state program for low-cost electricity has made 820 allocations of power to 657 businesses and not-for-profit corporations. Of those, 191 of the allocations have been made on Long Island, in some cases more than one to a company. Here are the details of the power allocations (in kilowatt-hours) and the number of jobs each company says will be preserved or created. Long Island companies are listed first, followed by New York City and then the rest of the state by region. You can read about companies recently added to the list. Companies with multiple allocations will have their jobs numbers listed on just one allocation. Data includes details on a handful of companies whose allocations are being reduced as of Aug. 1. This database was updated on July 27, 2016.

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