The 2020 LEAP Energy Fair scheduled to take place on April 18, 2020 has been cancelled. Waterbury LEAP volunteers have been organizing this popular event for several months, and it was shaping up to be another great LEAP Energy Fair. But besides caring about helping our neighbors learn how to save energy and money and […]
NESEA has reached a decision about the status of this year’s conference. In light of the evolving situation with COVID-19 and Governor Baker’s declaration of a State of Emergency for Massachusetts yesterday, NESEA has decided to not move forward with the event on March 23-24. They are in the process of working towards rescheduling the […]
After careful consideration the NY-GEO Board has decided to reschedule this year’s NY-GEO 2020 Conference: Electrify with Heat Pumps to September 9 & 10, 2020. The conference will take place at the same venue, the Albany Marriott and with the same 4 Tracks with 32 Educational Sessions and a Full Exhibitor Hall.
While we cannot […]
Final Reminder Please Come and Help Fill the Room A PRESS CONFERENCE TO SUPPORT S. 311 THE GREEN NEW DEAL FEBRUARY 27th AT 11:45 AM IN THE CEDAR CREEK ROOM AT THE STATEHOUSE IN MONTPELIER COME IF YOU CAN but DON’T COME ALONE! Let’s make Tomorrow’s press conference big enough to show how widespread […]
BENNINGTON, VT – Four local groups are collaborating to bring folk music icon Holly Near to Bennington. Climate Advocates Bennington-350VT, Bennington College, Queer Connect, and the Vermont Arts Exchange have come together to sponsor the concert, being held on March 21st, 2020, at 7pm in Bennington College’s Greenwall Auditorium.
This Night with […]
A free Monadnock Region CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Fair will take place at the Monadnock Food Co-op cafe on Sunday, March 8, 2020, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Seven area CSA farmers will set up informational tables and answer questions about their farms and CSA memberships.
Although each local CSA farm is unique and […]
“Resilience and response to high impact events: From energy system operators to households” Alberto J. Lamadrid, Lehigh University
Thursday, February 20
Steele 006 – Dartmouth College
Increased incidence of extreme events and socio-economic losses due to power outages create a fundamental concern for operators […]
New York’s PSC allocated $454 million on Jan.16 for heat pumps in an effort to reduce climate destabilizing greenhouse gases in the heating sector. Come learn what all the fuss is about !
Join us for the sixth annual NY-GEO Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference at the Albany Wolf Road Marriott Hotel on March 25th […]
SunCommon is pleased to announce a showing of the Climate Action Film Festival in Albany, NY. This is a collection of short films from near and far featuring stories about those taking action against climate change. We will step away from the doom and gloom we know too well and move to a place of […]