Saturday, October 23, 2010

Spreading the Clean Energy Word

'Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge'
East Hampton, along with 13 other Connecticut towns and nine partners, was chosen to participate in the Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge. The Challenge is funded by a $4.1M grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and will help our town build off/forward our participation in the Connecticut Clean Energy Communities Program.

For a detailed description of Neighbor to Neighbor, click here. Click here to retrieve a volunteer member list for East Hampton's Clean Energy Task Force. Click here to read an in-the-news article published by HTNP.

Student Conservation Association
Partners to the Challenge include interns from the Student Conservation Association. Locally, you will have the pleasure of meeting the following youth interns, who will be looking to you to help them navigate and meet our community as a way to spread the clean energy word far and wide...

Pictured Left to Right : David Mayer, Kayla DeCarr, Jenna Zelenetz, Katelyn Hope