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Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 7:00pm-9:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm), The WNYC + Read More
The Economic Development Growth Extension (EDGE) Program offers local, regionally-based access to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) energy efficiency, + Read More
Skytime 2014 / Moon Rainbow is an ongoing series of collaborative Intermedia artworks conceived in 1982 by choreographer, filmmaker, and Intermedia pioneer, Elaine Summers. + Read More
On Sunday September 21, you can be part of what looks likely be the biggest march for climate justice EVER.
The March will kick off Climate + Read More
After more than a century of thinking in a certain way about electricity and how it is delivered and sold, things are changing. Every + Read More
While fewer new electricity generation projects came online in 2014 than in 2013, there’s been a major shift in which new projects are actually + Read More
What we do: Solar One Programs
Innovative, place-based sustainability education focusing on renewable energy and urban environments, includes the Green Design Lab and short-term Enrichment Education workshops.
Public education on energy efficiency, sustainable urban living, and renewable energy incentives. Clean Energy Connections, Energy $mart Communities, Whole Buildings, and extensive community outreach.
Hands-on technical training courses in green hard skills and environmental literacy for fast-growth green jobs fields, held with workforce agencies.
A living demonstration of sustainable design and cutting-edge clean technology, this planned new building will be NYC’s Green Energy, Arts & Education Center.
Summer-long solar-powered events including the Sun to Stars Festival of South Asian Dance and Music, film and dance, live music, and eco-art for youth.
Landscaped with indigenous plants, flowers, berries and trees, the Park is sustainably managed, located on the East River bike path, and visited daily by thousands of New Yorkers.
The Solar One Community Solar Initiative makes solar more accessible and affordable for New Yorkers by organizing community-based solar projects that help groups of people and organizations leverage their combined purchasing power.