Tonight, we put the power of solar in everyone’s hands!
off site / shared solar is here!
For the first time on Long Island, residents, businesses, organizations and others don’t need a roof, sun, or tax incentives to make their own low cost solar energy. Find out how it will work, how we can come together and put the power of the sun in everyone’s hands.
Yes, we can get 100% renewable energy for 100% of the people- join us at tonight’s debut event.
Join us tonight 6/26/17 @ 7pm at Long Beach Library.
premiere community solar event featuring:
Presentation by Tara Bono of Sunpower by Empower Solar.
Presentation by Chuck Schwartz of LI Community Solar.Working Group
All Our Energy’s bold concept to break down even more barriers so you can expand solar.
Long Beach Public Library
111 West Park Ave
Long Beach, NY 11561…
yes- get me solar now!
Newsday says wha? No, we didn’t let it stand. May 31, 2017
Earlier in May, Newsday had, for the second time in just a few weeks, assaulted both factual information about off shore wind and our renewable energy future with misleading complaints about the unknown costs of renewables in 2030. Our volunteer team did not disappoint in responding!! Congratulations to Karen Miller for having your letter published in Newsday and to all those who submitted letters to stand up for facts over anti-wind hit pieces.
Newsday letters to the editor Thursday, May 25, 2017
Newsday readers respond to topics covered.
I believe it would show total disrespect for the ratepayers if the Long Island Power Authority claimed it could outline the costs of green energy plans over the next 20 years.
The costs of both solar and wind power have been dropping. The costs for wind power alone have been forecast to shrink by 24 percent to 30 percent by 2030, according to a survey of experts published in the journal Nature Energy in November.
A 50-inch television bought 12 years ago cost several thousand dollars. Today, it costs several hundred. This is the way technology often works. For someone to base the cost of that TV today on the cost 12 years ago would have been foolhardy, and to pretend otherwise as an excuse for not implementing technology is to show an implicit bias.
Moreover, the need for us to utilize clean energy technologies is immediate and urgent. Failure to do so will allow the increased impact of climate change to exacerbate extreme weather conditions and sea-level rise.
Karen Miller, Woodbury