July 28, 2014

Renewable New York by 2030

Study shows how NY state can rid itself of fossil fuel in the near future

Renewable New York by 2030:  Local Energy Today and Tomorrow!

Where:  Mt. Kisco Public Library, 100 E. Main St., Mt. Kisco, NY
When:  Monday, May 13, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Register (tickets are free, but space is limited)

A new groundbreaking study shows how New York State can move to an entirely renewable energy platform by the year 2030. Join us to hear three of the study’s co-authors explain the technical capacity, economic feasibility and benefits of a renewable energy infrastructure that can transform our state by eliminating dependence on fossil fuels.

Mark Z. Jacobson, PhD, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Director, Atmosphere/Energy Program, Stanford University

Anthony R. Ingraffea, PhD, PE, Dwight C. Baum Professor of Engineering, Weiss Presidential Teaching Fellow, Cornell University, and President, Physicians, Scientists and Engineers for Healthy Energy, Inc.

Jannette M. Barth, PhD, Pepacton Institute LLC

“This is an opportunity for the state of New York to take the lead, not only among U.S. states, but also among nations, to be at the forefront of reducing human mortality due to air pollution, reducing global warming emissions, providing stable and affordable energy prices far into the future, and increasing jobs for its citizens. ” – Professor Mark Jacobson, Stanford University