With the superstorms, mass flooding, and wildfires of the last couple of months, it should be hard to find someone who is still a climate change denier; nevertheless, there still is hesitancy from some Vermont government leaders to adequately address climate change. At this moment, Vermont’s Climate Council is in the process of developing […]
What are the costs of inaction and what actions can receive national and global support? Bill McKibben will speak about our last best chance to rein in fossil fuels and preserve our planet. Bill McKibben, Professor of Environmental Studies, Middlebury College “We’re Behind at the Top of the Home Stretch, But Starting to Close.” So […]
It’s time to get excited! SolarFest’21 — Sat. July 24th & Sun. July 25th With pre-festival movie screenings it’s time for a SolarFest Watch Party
The full schedule is now posted — and all activities are free. Don’t miss out on the fun — you need to register to attend the free, […]
Hanover Community Power Webinar
So Just What Is Hanover Community Power? And What is “Electric Aggregation” All About?
Attendees at Hanover’s 2017 town meeting voted to become a Ready for 100 community, pledging to move the entire community to 100% renewable power by 2030 and renewable transportation and heating & cooling fuel […]
Description -This NY-GEO Webinar will feature Boyd Lee from the CKenergy Electric Cooperative in Oklahoma where they have installed over 1,300 free geothermal ground loops for their customers. Boyd will talk about changes in the market they observed and how this seemingly bold step has produced significant financial wins for the utility’s operations and […]
Description – In case you haven’t heard, CO2 refrigerant heat pumps have some very unique properties, including being one of the most environmentally friendly refrigerants available. Also, CO2 heat pumps can efficiently increase (i.e., lift) the temperature of water over 100F in one pass of the heat exchanger – which is well suited to […]
Description – By 2050 New York will need to convert the better part of 6 million buildings from fossil fuel systems to electric heat pumps. Research efforts from academia in collaboration with our national labs can provide us with the tools needed to address building electrification on a large scale. Dr. Spitler will discuss […]
Free registration is now available to watch NY-GEO’s Annual Top Job Competition, continuing Tuesday, April 27th at Noon You owe it to yourself to get an inside look at what it takes to transform a building from fossil fuels to climate friendly, efficient electric heating. Register here for the final webinar devoted to the five […]
Professional foresters with decades of experience have a lot of stories to tell. They have seen good practices and bad ones, well managed stands and those that have been left on their own.
After working in, advising on and observing the growth of northern New England’s forests, our panel of 3 foresters and […]