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Tompkins County Commercial Energy Now: Winter 2015 Newsletter

The partnership between the Cornell Cooperative Extension and Tompkins County Chamber has resulted in nearly 1200 local commercial buildings taking advantage of lighting subsidies from NYSEG...

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The ‘Energy Smackdown’ is on

A university-wide energy competition to see who can lower electricity use in campus buildings!

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Faculty, Students, Staff Study Iceland's Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy is key to meeting Iceland’s heat and electricity needs...

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Student Research Helps County Envision 2050 Energy Roadmap

Using research conducted by Cornell students, Tompkins County Planning Department unveiled ideas to reduce the county’s carbon footprint by 2050...

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Participate in a PAID Energy Study on Residential Efficiency Research

Join 500 other local residents and support local, community campaigns to reduce energy use!

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Op Ed: Fossil Fuel Divestment

The following is an open letter to President Elizabeth Garrett and the Cornell Board of Trustees...

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Trustees Defend Fossil Fuel Involvement, Labor Policies

The Board of Trustees defended the University’s financial involvement with the fossil fuel industry...

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Non-Profit Solar Project Raises Over $17,000

Energizing Impact, a student non-profit solar energy organization, raising money to install a 14.3 kW solar energy system and an exhibit in Sciencenter...