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Resiliency & Sustainability



In February 2022, OGS Commissioner Moy established the new Division of Resiliency and Sustainability (R&S). The team provides technical assistance and policy guidance to State agencies and authorities in order to meet New York's climate goals. R&S is working to support multiple State initiatives including the conversion of the light duty fleet to all zero emission vehicles by 2035, a statewide 85% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, and adapting state assets and operations to the increasing impacts of climate change.

Contact: [email protected]

New York State
Electric Vehicle Fleet Event

June 6 at the Empire State Plaza

The Office of General Services and the New York Power Authority are proud to showcase a variety of light-duty electric vehicles and charging infrastructure in our State’s capital.

Learn more about how to comply with the State's commitment to transition its light duty fleet to 100% zero emission vehicles by 2035.
Electric Vehicle Charging
OGS is committed to guiding agencies in meeting the State’s ambitious climate adaptation goals.

Executive Order 22
Leading by Example:

Directing State Agencies to Adopt a Sustainability and Decarbonization Program

Governor Kathy Hochul signed a nation-leading Executive Order to accelerate efforts to make State operations more sustainable. As New York commemorates Climate Week, Executive Order 22 builds upon progress made by the GreenNY Council to continue streamlining the administration of the State's lead-by-example sustainability and climate directives and sets new goals for the environmental performance of State agencies. Governor Hochul also announced that State agencies and authorities, representing an estimated $50 billion in investments, have committed to achieve net zero in their investment portfolios by 2040. This bold action ensures New York State's financial resources are aligned with its clean energy and decarbonization obligations as enacted in the 2019 Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act.
zero emission electric vehicle charging
Tenth Annual Progress Report
GreenNY is Making a Difference
Greening Procurement

A record $300 million spent on green products and services in Fiscal Year 20-21, a 40% increase over the previous year. The state's green purchasing program also won another national award.

Reducing Emissions

4.4 trillion BTUs of energy-saving projects are completed or underway as part of the New York Power Authorities BuildSmart 2025 program.

Renewable Production

The top 10 solar-generating agencies produced over 36 million kilowatt hours of renewable energy in Fiscal Year 20-21.