Call to Action: Help Long Island Secure a Clean Energy Future

LIPA is reviewing energy proposals to satisfy growing energy demand on Long Island's East End. LIPA is considering fossil fuel burning "peaker" plants and unsightly transmission lines to meet this new energy demand. However, proposals for clean energy solutions such as solar and offshore wind power are also on the table. Hundreds of people have already written a letter asking Governor Cuomo to encourage LIPA to choose clean energy instead of fossil fuels.
Show your support by submitting a copy of the letter here. It takes less than a minute of your time.

Click here to send your letter to Governor Cuomo.

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Upcoming Events

October 27, 2016


Join landscape industry leaders, public officials, and environmental organizations to learn about how you can become part of this exciting opportunity.
Discover why businesses, municipalities, schools and neighborhoods are transitioning away from fossil fuels.
Learn about technologies that deliver on performance while eliminating pollution, reducing noise, improving sustainability…and INCREASING THE BOTTOM LINE!
Help develop a clean, green workforce on Long Island.
Test out the latest state-of-the-art equipment.
Find out which town has created LI's first certified AGZA Green Zone®. Talk with town officials who are leading by example.
Win a professional grade electric mower or handheld device.
Earn CEUs from NOFA Organic Land Care!
Enjoy a complimentary bag lunch.
Make Your Community Clean, Green, Sustainable, and Healthy!

The event will be held at Suffolk Community College's, Riverhead Campus, Montaukett Learning Resource Center.  It is a free conference and lunch will be served. This event is brought to you by Quiet Communities, a 501-c-3 not-for-profit organization, co-sponsored by SCCC and AGZA.

More info and RSVP here.

November 02, 2016

The Town of East Hampton (NY) Energy Sustainability Committee usually meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 5 PM at East Hampton Town Hall (2nd floor conference room). Meetings are open to the public.

Please note: The committee will NOT meet on August 17, 2016.