CEC In The News

Here’s a selection of news stories from around the Eastern New York Territory that demonstrate the great work that communities are doing, as they learn about and join the Clean Energy Communities Program:
Mid-Hudson
December 2016 Sullivan County Pushes For Clean Energy
Orange County Receives More Than $8.9 Million in Econ Development Grants
Rosendale to Offer Free Charging Stations for Electric Cars
January 2017 Scarsdale Announces New Food Scrap Recycling Program
NYSERDA Announces New Castle is First Small Community in New York State to Earn Clean Energy Community Designation
February 2017 Rosendale Secures $18K Grant From NYS for Electric Car Charging Station
A Clean Energy Future Thanks to Grassroots and Grass-tops
March 2017 Red Hook looks to use $100,000 grant for Town Hall to become net carbon neutral
 April 2017 Red Hook Considering Ways to Encourage Conversion to Electric Vehicles
Mohawk Valley
December 2016 Once an Oil Executive, Now a Crusader Against Fossil Fuel Stocks
February 2017 Otsego County Conservation Association will begin its “Be Informed!” lecture series from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday with a talk by Dan Sullivan of the Mohawk Valley Regional Development District.
March 2017 Ilion to Install New LED Street Lights
City Gets Clean Energy Honor
Frankfort Seeks Clean Energy Community Status
Fulton County Seeking Grant. Would Help Fund Energy Efficient Upgrade to Office. 
North Country
December 2016 Champlain Exploring Clean Energy Options
Lewis Officials Have Good Start With Clean Energy Communities Initiative
January 2017 Lowville, Harrisburg Awarded $29,000 to Review Number Three Wind Project
February 2017 Champlain Continues Push to Go Green