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Community Choice Aggregation; A Step Towards a Sustainable Energy Future for Bethlehem

Monday, 2/25. Doors open at 6:30 PM, talk starts promptly at 7. Place: Bethlehem Public Library, Community Room, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar 12054 Bethlehem and other municipalities in new York have an opportunity to choose a renewable energy electricity supply option for its residential customers. This option will save money for residents, reduce air and water pollution and represent an important step towards a sustainable energy future for Bethlehem as well as for other Capital District communities. This presentation will…

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Brief History of the Draft Coeymans Clean Air Law — Vote expected in February 2019

by Barbara Heinzen COEYMANS, NY: In December, 2017, Mike Ewall, of the Energy Justice Network, alerted Albany County and the Town of Coeymans that Connecticut was considering a proposal to ship municipal trash to the LaFarge/Holcim Cement Plant in Ravena.  In response, Albany County and the Town of Coeymans organized a packed press conference two days after Christmas where former EPA Administrator, Judith Enck, spoke against Connecticut’s proposal. On December 31, 2017, Connecticut decided to keep its trash to itself….

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Dan McCoy Speaks at Save the Pine Bush

by Tim Truscott   There has been plenty of energy pipeline news in the Capital Region of New York during the month of April. Here is some of it: Northeast Energy Direct Pipeline “Suspended” On April 20, Kinder Morgan, the developer for the Northeast Energy Direct (NED) 30-inch diameter natural gas pipeline, announced it was “suspending” the 400-mile, $3 billion proposed project, which would have run from the fracking fields of northern Pennsylvania to Dracut, Massachusetts, near Boston. The NED…

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