Largest Wind Turbine on Long Island Announced
Networking Magazine: March 2010
The Stony Brook University Incubator at Calverton recently hosted a press conference announcing Eastern Energy Systems 100k wind turbine, the largest by a renewable energy company on Long Island..."
Following the Direction of the Wind Industry on LI
Corridor Magazine: January 2010
Director of Corporate Relations for Eastern Energy Systems writes "On Long Island there is a complex mix of where you should put a wind turbine and where you can put a wind turbine..."
Laurel plays host to largest turbine
News Review: January 14th, 2010
The winds of change are blowing through Laurel, and Half Hollow Nursery is ready to catch them with the largest wind mill ever to stand on the North Fork. Last month, Mattituck-based Eastern Energy Systems completed the installation of the 120-foot-tall, 100 kilowatt tower...
Record-breaking windmill erected at Half Hollow Nursery
Suffolk Times: January 14th, 2010
Eastern Energy Systems announces the installation of the largest wind turbine in Long Island history at the press conference held at the Stony Brook Incubator at Calverton...
LI's Power Point
Newsday: January 13th, 2010
At Half Hollow Nursery in Laurel, a towering 156-foot structure was recently installed in the center of the 1,200-acre farm by Eastern Energy Systems of Mattituck...
Alternative Energy = Alternative Interns
Suffolk Times: December 17th, 2009
After having interns this past spring, Eastern Energy Systems is hosting another internship program this fall to those looking to break into the fledgling field of alternative energy. Nuria Moreno, 23, of Philadelphia and Jane Besso, 59, formerly of New York City...
Sipping on the Power of Wind
Suffolk Times: November 12th, 2009
Suffolk Times catches the action at the Osprey's Dominion Vineyard Groundbreaking ceremony this past Thursday, November 5th. With the installation of the 20K wind turbine, Osprey's will possibly become the first winery in New York State to be powered by wind...
Uncorking the Power of Wind
Suffolk Times: November 12th, 2009
Next year, Osprey's Dominion Vineyards will become the first North Fork winery to produce a batch of wine made with wind power. That's because the Peconic vineyard will be the first in the area to install a wind turbine come next spring,...
E2sys interview with Newsday
Newsday: November 5th, 2009
"Let's follow the path of the wind..." Says the VP of Eastern Energy Systems, he speaks about the availability of a great wind resource on Long Island.
E2sys on Fox 5 News
Fox 5 News: November 5th, 2009
Jamie Minnick, Founder & President of E2sys, gives Fox 5 News a tour of his "Living By Example" tour site and facility to demonstrate the power of renewable energy technology.
Alternative Power: Winds of Change
Newsday: November 1st, 2009
Wind alone won't relieve our dependency on fossil fuels, but it will play a key role in that effort, renewable energy experts say. For one thing, wind turbines work only where it's windy. For another, they perform best during winter, rather than during the peak-demand summer months...
Throwing the Switch
On the Grid: September 16th, 2009
RHS Science teacher Bob Jester said "If just one of them hadn't come forward to help us, we might not have been able to do this. I'm very grateful to captain David Berson, Jim Moore and E2 Systems (e2sys) in particular, who provided much of the money and the man hours to make this project possible..."
Solar boat shines at the wharf
Suffolk Times: July 30th, 2009
Thanks to students from Riverhead, there's more green in Greenport now that Glory has become the first U.S. Coast Guard-certified, solar powered boat. It all began two years ago as a class project for Riverhead High School science teacher Robert Jester...
Green still a lure for college students
Suffolk Times: July 16th, 2009
Solar, wind and geothermal. These words flow like music to three young interns at Eastern Energy Systems, a company that engineers and installs alternative-energy sources like wind turbines and solar panels, established on the North Fork...
Students gear up for green energy
North Shore Sun: May 15th, 2009
A "Solar Tour" representative from Eastern Energy Systems explains the advantages of solar power to Shoreham-Wading River High School students. The students will soon build wind turbines for a statewide competition...
Power to the people
Jamie Minnick and his team are forward thinkers. before the energy boom hit, they were already entrenched in their renewable energy company, Eastern Energy Systems, which "provides people with the opportunity to become completely energy independent...
Earth, wind and power
When it comes to powering up and heating Peconic School and the Peconic recreation center, the Town of Southold is looking to go green - way green. Town Board members said Tuesday...
The Green Home: Eco-tech update
Home & Garden Magazine 2009
Eastern Energy Systems has expertise in all three systems... The company's director of operations of Eastern Energy Systems, is one of its solar experts. He reports that new solar technologies and substantial tax incentives and grants are making solar even more attractive.
Windmill Idea Blows In
Suffolk Times: December 18th, 2008
Now that one Long Island town has approved the construction of windmills in residential neighborhoods, towns on the North Fork where “quality” wind and open space come in abundance may not be far behind. Town offi cials in Southold and Riverhead said they are pursuing legislation that would allow...
Windmills in the backyard
Suffolk Times: December 5th, 2008
Islip becomes first LI town to allow residents to erect turbines in their backyards; experts caution that height restrictions may limit cost effectiveness. Responding to the queries from residents, the Town of Islip this week added a novel chapter to its code...
Power bills gone with the wind
Suffolk Times: April 24th, 2008
Kevin Shea’s new windmill on his Baiting Hollow property may not be the first in our area, but the alternative energy company that did the installation says it’s the only one speciﬁ cally designed thus far for residential property. And if Eastern Energy Systems has its way, wind turbines are going to become a must-have for homeowners on Eastern Long Island.
Wind power on a smaller scale
Richard Jarzombek's monthly electric bil has been between $30 and $40 for the past 20 years. Soon it could be zero. Jarzombek, 59, has largely powered his Baiting Hollow home with wind power since installing a 100-foot wind turbine in the early 1980s...