Danskammer Energy Donates $20,000 to Town of Marlborough for Community Beautification Projects

For Immediate Release

June 11, 2019
Media Contact: Charles Wiff: [email protected]; 607-743-8314

MARLBOROUGH, NY – Danskammer Energy, LLC presented the Town of Marlborough with a donation check for $20,000 at its Monday June 10th Town Board Meeting to assist the community with beautification projects.

Vice President of Public Affairs for Danskammer, Michelle Hook, was in attendance at the Board Meeting and was pleased to present the check to Marlborough Supervisor Al Lanzetta and the Town Board.

Danskammer believes in supporting local initiatives and Hook worked closely with Supervisor Lanzetta on a donation that would greatly benefit the Town.

“Danskammer is committed to being a good neighbor and wants the Town to know we intend to remain a valued contributor to the community we have called home for many years.  We hope this money will help to make Marlborough an even more wonderful place for its residents to live and work,” said Danskammer Energy Vice President of Public Affairs Michelle Hook.

“The Town of Marlborough is appreciative of the donation from Danskammer Energy to benefit the community. It will be used for recreational purposes to improve the quality of life for our citizens,” said Town of Marlborough Supervisor Al Lanzetta.

Danskammer Energy, LLC is currently in the process of seeking permits to repower and modernize its decades-old energy plant in an effort to use the most environmentally advanced technology available to provide energy to more than 500,000 homes and bring clean, reliable, affordable energy to nearby homes, schools, and businesses.


About Danskammer Energy: The Danskammer Generating Station has provided electricity to the lower Hudson Valley and the New York State electric grid for more than 65 years and currently produces 511 megawatts of electricity utilizing natural gas as the primary fuel source. The facility plays an important role in helping the state meet its energy needs during times of peak demand.