Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) connects communities with research from Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and the College of Human Ecology to enrich and empower New York state neighbors, local businesses, towns and cities. PUSH Green is a non-profit community-based energy efficiency program, part of a statewide effort to make your home or small business more comfortable, reduce energy usage, address climate change and create local jobs.
This year we'll be collaborating on a virtual tour across upstate New York, with workshops on energy efficiency opportunities and vital information for every step of your going green journey.
Who we are, what programs do we promote, and our partnership with CCE.
What to expect, what does an audit cover and why are they so important?
How does it affect you, how does our work support CLCPA, and how can you get involved?
Meet the Clean Heating and Cooling Team and learn about ground and air source heating and cooling, and what programs can help you upgrade your home with renewable energy.
What is solar power, how does it work, and how can you harness the power of the sun for your home or business?
Ag Energy NY and Cornell Maple Program will present an overview of maple farm energy use and efficiency recommendations, showing real examples from Cornell’s new and efficient maple sugarhouse. There will be time for discussion on questions from educators and farmers. If you miss the meeting link - watch for the recording here.
Making choices that save energy -- in your home, business or community -- can have a positive impact on the environment while also saving you money.
For more basic information on what energy is, where it comes from, and how we use it visit: Energy Explained (US Energy Information Administration).
Last updated January 24, 2023