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New York: Capital Region Meeting of the New York Solar Energy Society

NYSESCapital Region Meeting of the New York Solar Energy Society

Guided Tour of Skidmore College’s Innovative Renewable Energy Projects

With Paul Lundberg
Friday, September 15th from Noon to 1:00
129 in the Scribner Library (Center of Campus)
Park at Harder Hall or Palamountain Lots off Broadway main entrance
http://www.myatlascms.com/map/index.php?id=11#!ct/21322
       

Skidmore has implemented a number of small-scale and large-scale renewable energy projects to shift the College toward a more renewable energy portfolio.
Check out this neat interactive then come see for yourself:
http://www.myatlascms.com/map/index.php?id=545#!ct/6720,6721,8045,6722,8044,6718

Bring your “green” bag lunch (drinks and treats provided)
For more information contact:
coonjoan@gmail.com

Save the date: November 17th, Troy Hilton Garden NYSES Conference
We welcome renewable energy installers, building efficiency experts, teachers, professional engineers, homebuilders, architects, advocates, students and all interested community members.
Wondering about the technology behind renewable energy? Please join us at the monthly noontime Capital Region meeting of the New York Solar Energy Society.   We tackle solar cooking, solar heating, solar hot water, wind, ground source heat transfer (“geothermal”) and tidal and wave technology. And, we won’t leave out the deep energy retrofits for homes and the importance of
mass transportation and electric vehicles.
For more information:    coonjoan@gmail.com  

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