Thursday, June 15th
Beacon, Cold-Spring, Fishkill and Philipstown have all passed local laws allowing them to create a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA). A CCA allows homes and businesses to join together to save money and choose more renewable energy sources. If the CCA moves forward, all homes and small businesses that use Central Hudson as their energy supplier would be automatically enrolled in the CCA.
Take time to attend this upcoming public Q & A session with your local elected officials and Renewable Highlands to learn more:
Thursday, June 15th, 7pm-8:30pm, Desmond Fish Library, Routes 9D & 403, Garrison.
Can't make it to Garrison on Thursday? Attend the Cold Spring Q&A on Wednesday June 14th.
Renewable Highlands was formed by a group of concerned local citizens and is a fiscally sponsored project of the Open Space Institute Citizen Action Program. The Ecological Citizen’s Project is a partner organization to the Renewable Highlands project.