Clean Energy Calendar
The weather enterprise is expected to play a major role in the ongoing expansion of renewable energy sources in New York State
The weather enterprise is expected to play a major role in the ongoing expansion of renewable energy sources in New York State as well as nationally and globally. Not only does weather drive the siting and performance of solar and wind energy systems, it also dynamically impacts the grid’s electricity demand and delivery capability. This codependency can be complex and will only grow as renewable energy expands geographically and reaches much higher grid penetrations. This conference is intended to discuss this situation and address such topics as:
What is the appropriate role of the weather enterprise in support of the expansion of renewable energy, and who are the key stakeholders?
What innovations and collaborations are necessary to ensure a sustainable transition to a renewables-dominant future?
What are the most important concerns and challenges among respective stakeholders as they perform their roles in this transition?
What are the particular technical challenges with respect to different renewable energy technologies (solar, land-based wind, offshore wind), energy storage, and grid integration?
27 (Wednesday) 7:30 am - 28 (Thursday) 1:30 pm ET
1220 Washington Ave
Mark your calendar for the Greater Binghamton Clean Energy Careers Summit on September 27, 2023 at the DoubleTree, 225 Water Street in
Mark your calendar for the Greater Binghamton Clean Energy Careers Summit on September 27, 2023 at the DoubleTree, 225 Water Street in Binghamton.
Join local and regional clean energy leaders for a summit from 11:00 AM to 3:30 pm, followed by a job/community resource fair and networking reception from 4:00 – 6:30 pm. Lunch provided during the summit; snacks and drinks provided during the later events.
The Southern Tier, after decades of job losses primarily from declining manufacturing, has a once in a generation opportunity to grow jobs and average family income. These jobs are primarily in clean energy manufacturing and the many services required to achieve the State’s clean energy goals. In all, we expect 10,000 to 15,000 clean energy jobs over the next decade with over 1,000 openings today. This influx of jobs will create opportunities in all sectors of our economy including housing, restaurants, education, trades and much more.
Clean Energy Careers Summits will be held in regions across New York State to strategize how to create robust clean energy career pathways, scale up the clean energy workforce and raise awareness of the economic benefits of the clean energy transition mandated by our nation-leading Climate Act.
If you are interested in attending the event please submit the following form to register. There are sliding scale fees for the summit, though attending the job fair is FREE for prospective job candidates.
If you are also interested in TABLING at the job fair, fill out THIS FORM.
If you are also interested in SPONSORING this event, fill out THIS FORM.
(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 6:30 pm ET
225 Water Street
Clean Energy Careers NY
Over the past three decades, the Tri-State Transportation Campaign has dedicated their work to ensuring a sustainable, equitable, and innovative transportation system
Over the past three decades, the Tri-State Transportation Campaign has dedicated their work to ensuring a sustainable, equitable, and innovative transportation system for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Their collective commitment and hard work has played a pivotal role in shaping the tri-state area’s transportation network.
Come celebrate 30 years of TSTC to reflect on the campaign’s journey thus far, share stories of transformation, and set our sights on the promising future ahead.
You can register for the event here.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm ET
The Bowery Hotel
Tri-State Transportation Campaigntstc@tstc.org
The NYISO’s planning processes are an essential element of the NYISO’s mission of ensuring power system reliability and competitive markets for New
The NYISO’s planning processes are an essential element of the NYISO’s mission of ensuring power system reliability and competitive markets for New York in a clean energy future.
NYISO’s planning processes serve this mission by identifying future system needs and enabling investment to meet those needs long before there is an impact to consumers.
What are those plans? How can they ensure we have enough electricity in the future?
Learn about the strategic “Reliability Planning Process” NYISO is undertaking to ensure grid stability as we transition from fossil fuels to a healthy renewable energy future.
– Kevin Lanahan, Vice President, External Affairs & Corporate Communications, NYISO
You can register for the event here.
(Wednesday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm ET
Join Us for an Inspiring Climate Action Event! Are you passionate about climate justice, energy affordability, and sustainable solutions? Mothers Out Front - Westchester
Join Us for an Inspiring Climate Action Event!
Are you passionate about climate justice, energy affordability, and sustainable solutions?
Mothers Out Front – Westchester River Towns, Climate Reality Project of Westchester, the Sierra Club Lower Hudson Group and the Renewable Heat Now Campaign invite you to an empowering, family-friendly event that combines education, advocacy, and delicious food. Join us for an evening filled with knowledge sharing, community building, and impactful action!
NY HEAT Act Teach-In: Our Cantastoria teach-in is a participatory way to learn about the groundbreaking New York Home Energy Affordable Transition (HEAT) Act, a crucial piece of legislation aimed at reforming New York’s public service law so we are no longer compelled to pay for the expansion of the fracked gas system. The bill also contains an energy affordability guarantee for low and moderate income households.
Postcard Signing to Governor Hochul: Make Your Voice Heard! Exercise your advocacy muscle by participating in our postcard signing campaign addressed to New York Governor Hochul. Let your voice resonate as we collectively urge for strong support and swift action in favor of sustainable heating solutions, clean energy policies, and a healthier environment for all.
Savor the Flavors of Change: Indulge in a scrumptious meal that unites our commitment to the planet with culinary excellence. Enjoy a heartwarming spread featuring vegan and chicken chili options showcasing how sustainable eating choices can be both satisfying and environmentally conscious.
Experience the Future – Induction Cooktop Demonstration: Witness the innovative magic of induction cooktops that offer a modern cooking experience while banishing unsavory fracked gas pollutants like benzene and NOx from your homes. Our hands-on demonstration will showcase the efficiency, safety, and precision of induction cooking, exemplifying the potential of small changes to drive significant positive impact.
Embrace the Opportunity for Change! Connect with fellow climate enthusiasts, activists, and advocates who share your passion for a sustainable world. Amplify your voice, expand your knowledge, and take meaningful steps toward a greener future. This event is an opportunity to foster hope, solidarity, and collective action.
Together, we can heat up the momentum for renewable solutions and a sustainable tomorrow. See you there!
Location: Hudson Valley Writers Center •300 Riverside Drive, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591 US
Host Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm ET
Hudson Valley Writers Center
300 Riverside Drive
Serving the community for 10 Years - Triple Cities Makerspace, Inc. presents National Drive Electric Week and Makerspace Open House. In an
Serving the community for 10 Years – Triple Cities Makerspace, Inc. presents National Drive Electric Week and Makerspace Open House. In an effort to celebrate National Drive Electric Week, join Triple Cities Makerspace for their family friend event to explore the Makerspace and all things electric.
You can RSVP for the event here.
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 4:00 pm ET
Triple Cities Makerspace, Inc
362 State Street
The Renewable Heat Now campaigners are going on a statewide TOUR of the state to connect communities for climate ACTION around the NY HEAT
The Renewable Heat Now campaigners are going on a statewide TOUR of the state to connect communities for climate ACTION around the NY HEAT Act Initiatives. The tour lands in NYC on Saturday, September 30, 2023, and we will partner with Sane Energy Project and NY Renews at the Bushwick Generator on 215 Moore St. Brooklyn. We will serve hot chili, have an interactive story-telling art project, and climate action steps!
Join us to HEAT UP Fall 2023 as Renewable Heat Now hits the road on a tour across the state of New York to garner excitement to gather momentum to push Governor Hochul to include the NY HEAT ACT in her Executive Budget.
YOU bring your friends, neighbors and appetite…
See you on the HOT TRAIL!
(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm ET
Bushwick Generator at SUN Brooklyn
215 Moore St.