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Center for Sustainable Energy at Bronx CC
The mission of the Center for Sustainable Energy at Bronx Community College is to promote the use of renewable and efficient energy technologies in urban communities through education, training, workforce development, research, and project facilitation.
Clean Power Estimator NYState Solar Program
Enter information to get an estimate of the economics of a PV system for a certain zip code.
Clinton Community College, Plattsburgh, NY
Clinton Community College, in Plattsburgh, NY, offers an associate's degree in wind energy and turbine technology, and a one year certificate for a wind turbine service technician.
Cornell Initiative for Sustainable Bioenergy Crops
The Cornell Initiative for Sustainable Bioenergy Crops (CISBC) is an organization whose aim is to provide a hub for Cornell plant scientists with interests in bioenergy research and sustainability. Also, the mission of the CISBC is to promote the development of effective long-term agroenergy cropping systems, which will require the collaboration of many plant science disciplines.
Engineers for a Sustainable World Cornell Chapter
A student group interested in sustainable technologies and engineering ideas.
Green Design Lab--Solar One--NYC Dept of Ed
The Green Design Lab is a program to help schools reduce resource consumption and meet key energy reduction targets. Green Design Lab is a project of Solar One, NYC's Green Energy, Arts and Education Center in collaboration with the NYC Department of Education, MakeMeSustainable and a host of key supporters and funders. See schools progress on energy auditing and resource reduction.
Green Dollhouse Challenge
In our Green Dollhouse Challenges, K-12 students, families, design/build students, and design/build professionals will build model play-houses to explore concepts and technologies related energy production, energy use, efficiency, materials, architecture, utility, aesthetics, appreciation of nature, renewable resources, true wealth, healthy living, clean air, and clean water. Awards are non-competitive.
Green Grand Prix
An annual economical and environmentally friendlier vehicle event. A road race for street-legal cars, and exhibits of specialty vehicles at a great social event at legendary Watkins Glen, NY.
KidWind Challenge
Annual event where students in middle school and high school design table-top wind turbines and bring them to compete with others from a geographical area. Like Junior Solar Sprint.
Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
New York Biofuels Feedstock Project
A research project at Cornell U studies the viability of grasses and legumes for making gas, liquid, and solid fuels for heat and electricity.
New York Electrathon
New York's competition for one-passenger electric vehicles.
New York Science Teacher
Online directory of resources for educators in New York State, including lesson plans, multimedia, and links.
New York State Electric and Gas
NYSEG offers educational materials, created by contractors and used by several other utilities, in a catalog that helps you find the appropriate materials for specific grades.
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
New York State Focus on Colleges and Universities
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) began this program in 2009 to help campuses implement energy efficiency measures, with funding.
New York Sun Works
NY Sun Works operates a solar-powered barge in New York City that features a greenhouse using no fossil-fuel inputs. School groups can visit if planned ahead.
NYSDEC - Ozone Consumer Information
NYSDEC Environmental Education Summer Camps
Camps for young New York State residents focusing on natural resource awareness.
NYSEG: Energy Education Mini-Grants
NYSEG serves Central New York State, and offers grants up to $750 to help teach about energy.
Pace Energy and Climate Center
At Pace Law School in White Plains, New York, this center, through analysis, market methods, and internships seeks to reduce the environmental, social, and human health burdens of electricity production, and to mitigate climate change.
School Power...Naturally
School Power Naturally is a set of curriculum to accompany the installation of PV power on 50 schools in New York State. Resources include wind and solar lessons.
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State of NY Energy Information
The US DOE maintains information about energy production and use in each state. This site covers New York.
Sullivan Alliance for Sustainable Development
Help for businesses and farms interested in renewable and sustainable energy and other sustainable development projects. Sullivan County, NY.
SUNY Canton Alternative and Renewable Energy major
The State University of New York's Canton campus offers a bachelor degree in Alternative and Renewable Energy. Students in the program study math, economics, science, engineering, and conduct research in the technology of alternative and renewable energy.
TEC-SMART (Training and Education Center for Semiconductor Manufacturing and Alternative and Renewable Technologies), at Hudson Valley Community College. Classrooms and labs to train the green tech workforce, and train-the-trainer opportunities.
The Center For Architecture Foundation
The Center for Architecture Foundation promotes public understanding and appreciation of architecture and design through educational programs for K-12 students and teachers, families, and the general public.
Wind Rising at Clinton CC, Plattsburgh, New York
Wind Rising is a week-long, summer training program for wind industry professionals. The wind lab at Clinton Community College is equipped with advanced training simulators. Trainees troubleshoot and practice repairing turbines in our labs, with experienced faculty by their side. A portion of the week-long program includes Safety at Height and Rescue Certification. Become Ropeworks-certified by their official, certified instructor.

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