SOUTH NYACK CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM ABOUT TO LAUNCH!
SECOND PUBLIC MEETING: WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 7 PM
South Nyack is proud to be one of the founding members, along with five other Rockland municipalities, of a collaborative municipal program called Rockland Community Power. This program aims to bring 100% renewable energy to our community, while also lowering costs and strengthening consumer protection.
Now this program is about to launch. In two weeks, most residents and small businesses will receive a mailing from the Village about this program.
Join us on Wednesday, September 23, at 7 p.m. to learn more and get answers to your questions:
FREE VIRTUAL INFO SESSION on VILLAGE CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM
Learn how you save money with clean energy through your community program.
Join us at: https://tinyurl.com/yyfqfm4l
Or call: +1-415-655-0001
Meeting ID or Access Code: 126 619 1081
What is Rockland Community Power?
Rockland Community Power is a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program, a buying group through which village residents and small businesses can purchase electricity sourced by clean energy. New York State promotes CCA in order to foster the growth of clean energy, lower costs, and strengthen consumer protection. CCA programs currently serve over 25 million people in 8 states.
Rockland Community Power currently includes six communities: Clarkstown, Orangetown, and the villages of Haverstraw, Nyack, South Nyack, and Upper Nyack. When the program launches this fall, over 36,000 local households will have the opportunity to transition to clean energy, helping to ensure cleaner air and a safer environment for our families, while also reducing costs.
For more information about Rockland Community Power or CCA, please visit www.RocklandCommunityPower.com or call (845) 859-9099. You can also contact your Community Coordinator at Peggy@RocklandCommunityPower.com.