EAST HAMPTON

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CURRENT NEWS

PLANS TO ACCELERATE RENEWABLES

Town of East Hampton Climate Action Plan

10/1/15
Accelerating climate change continues to escalate the need for communities and municipalities to develop strategies combating current challenges to local infrastructure and the projected intensity of impacts on community assets, natural resources and public health. The…

East Hampton Comprehensive Energy Vision

10/2013
Accelerating climate change continues to escalate the need for communities and municipalities to develop strategies combating current challenges to local infrastructure and the projected intensity of impacts on community assets, natural resources and public health. The…

KEY RESOURCES

Energize East Hampton

The Town of East Hampton’s 100% renewable energy goals require a diversified portfolio of energy technologies and approaches.

Energy Sustainability Committee

The Energy Sustainability Committee (ESC) was appointed in 2013 by the East Hampton Town Board to assist the Town in its participation in the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Climate Smart Communities Program.

Clean Energy Communities

Town of East Hampton is named a New York State Clean Energy Community for completing 4 high impact action items, becoming eligible for a $100,000 grant.

MORE NEWS

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Wind Farm Forum Coming Thursday

By Christopher Walsh 12/31/2020
The New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund will host a meeting on the proposed South Fork Wind farm on Thursday, Jan. 7, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Citizens Campaign for the Environment, Renewable…
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Once More Unto the Blowers

By Christopher Walsh 12/24/20
The East Hampton Town Board concluded its 2020 meeting schedule last Thursday with public hearings on code amendments that would curb the use of gas and diesel-powered leaf blowers, opponents of which decry the ubiquitous…
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State-Held Stocks Go Green

By Christopher Walsh 12/17/20
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli announced last week that the state’s $226 billion Common Retirement Fund will transition its portfolio to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040.
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Looking for Energy Answers

By Christopher Walsh 12/10/20
Long Island is typically second only to Hawaii in the cost of electricity, but only 5 percent of that electricity is derived from renewable sources, Suffolk Legislator Bridget Fleming, who chairs the county’s community choice…