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Community Energy Advisors

Mid-Hudson Regional Clean Energy Hub

New York State is embarking on a transition to an inclusive clean energy powered economy. All residents, businesses and communities across the State will have access to new opportunities to benefit from this transition including clean energy careers, home improvements, even rebates for businesses and personal transportation. But there’s a lot of information out there, and people may not know where to start.

To help New Yorkers access and navigate these opportunities, NYSERDA created the Regional Clean Energy Hubs. Clean Energy Hubs connect people to the clean energy economy.

The Mid-Hudson Regional Clean Energy Hub is your team of trusted, knowledgeable, community-based organizations from across the region and is a collaboration of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Dutchess, Sullivan, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, and Ulster, in partnership with Sustainable Westchester, New Yorkers for Clean Power, and a growing network of local partners.

Benefits of working with a Community Energy Advisor

Community Energy Advisors are available to:

  • Enable you to make informed energy decisions
  • Inform you of financing options for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects and products
  • Guide you through the process of implementing a clean energy project
  • Connect you with energy contractors who can implement clean energy projects

Set-up an appointment

We offer free, one-on-one appointments to discuss your energy options. Open to residents, especially households with limited resources facing higher energy costs, homeowners, small businesses, and non-profit organizations. Find out how you can:

  • Reduce your heating and electric bills
  • Take charge of your energy budget with a home or business energy assessment
  • Access financing and programs that offer free or reduced-cost energy efficiency upgrades
  • Start generating clean, renewable energy at home

Click here to complete a short online form and one of our Community Energy Advisors will contact you to help.

Last updated May 11, 2023