A SMALL NEW YORK TOWN PLANS A PROFITABLE, 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY FUTURE
February 21, 2019 | Alt Energy Stocks
A community choice program and a lack of natural gas are enabling Marbletown to achieve 100 percent renewable energy and tackle 100 percent renewable energy —while saving money. With advances in technology, the pathways to 100 percent renewable energy are becoming clear. As a result, the central challenge has become less about how to get there, and more about how to pay for it.
HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITY POWER LAUNCHED TO DEVELOP CLEAN, LOCAL ENERGY FOR SIX COMMUNITIES IN THE HUDSON VALLEY
January 16, 2019 | Newswire
BEDFORD HILLS, NY - On Wednesday, January 16th, JouleCommunity Power (Joule) and Hudson Valley Energy launched Hudson Valley Community Power, a partnership to deploy a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA or "Community Choice") program in the Hudson Valley. Joint Community Choice education outreach has been ongoing in the region since 2017. The recent signing of Joule as Program Administrator by the City of Poughkeepsie has propelled the project into a development stage.
5 QUESTIONS: JEFF DOMANSKI
December 14, 2018 | The Highlands Current
Jeff Domanski, who lives in Beacon, is the program director of Hudson Valley Energy, a nonprofit that is helping administer a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program. He will host an information session at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison.
CITY OF POUGHKEEPSIE N.Y., SELECTS JOULECOMMUNITY AS ADMINISTRATOR TO DRIVE COST-SAVINGS AND LOCAL CLEAN ENERGY DEVELOPMENT ON AN HISTORIC SCALE
December 7, 2018 | Newswire
BEDFORD HILLS, NY - On Monday December 3rd, by a 7 to 2 vote, Poughkeepsie City Council authorized JouleCommunity to act as their program administrator for Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), in a precedent-setting Request for Proposal (RFP) review. Of the 70+ New York State municipalities that have passed local laws authorizing them to establish CCA, Poughkeepsie is the first to deploy a competitive, two-round process including a cross-departmental review, to select its CCA administrator. The RFP was issued in May.
YES, LOCAL COMMUNITIES CAN ACT TO COMBAT IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE: COLUMN
November 28, 2018 | Valley Views
Last week the White House released another scalding report warning us of the future consequences of climate change. In less than 1,700 pages issued by more than 300 scientists and researchers from 13 federal agencies, we learn that our economy will experience a loss of around 10 percent by the end of the century, translating into hundreds of billions of dollars annually, if we take no action whatsoever to alter our course and mitigate our emissions.