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Prescient Energy's project (The Beresford) featured in the April issue of Habitat

New York, NY (April, 2019) - The Beresford and the El Dorado Install Cutting-Edge Technology to Shave Electricity Bills April 2019 issue of Habitat

Prescient Energy featured in Habitat magazine

Dream Team: (left to right) William Zoha, president of Prescient Energy Corporation; Alex Kalajian, COO of Solstice Residential Group; Frank Simuneic, board treasurer of the Beresford; John Phufas, board president of the Beresford; and Mario Dusevic, resident manager of the Beresford.

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Two Prescient Energy projects awarded by Queens Chamber of Commerce.

New York, NY (December 14, 2016) - Two of Prescient Energy's projects received the highly-coveted EPA Energy Star Building certification for energy efficiency, and were honored by the Queens Chamber of Commerce

Awarded Projects

Prescient Energy honored by the Queens Chamber of Commerce

Prescient Energy assists two of New York City’s leading real estate developers to unlock the full solar energy production potential of a state-of-the art air freight logistics warehouse building in Queens.

New York, NY (September 16, 2015) - It started in 2011 with an invitation to a development team meeting to comment on plans for making a new air freight logistics building near JFK airport as energy efficient as possible. Measures for lighting, windows, insulation, motors and HVAC were presented. The experienced developers, John Phufas and Jim Ross, who share a commitment to energy efficient design and construction, wanted to hear from Prescient’s founder and President, William Zoha, if there were ways in which more value might be created for their project. "There isn’t a tall building for miles or tree in sight that will shade the roof from the sun. Make sure that your engineers design it to support the largest PV system possible. There will be complex interconnection, metering and permitting issues to navigate, but your project has the potential to be the largest producer of clean solar energy in Queens," explained Zoha. Converting a clean energy production idea into a successful 1,500 kW solar project would require an experienced, New York City-based solar developer. Prescient Energy introduced the principals of EnterSolar, Peyton Boswell and Paul Ahern, to Mr. Phufas and Mr. Ross.

Solar Initative Launch with John Phufas