The Energy Subcommittee works to educate the local community about clean energy solutions that reduce carbon emissions and utility policy/incentives that are available to help offset the cost to install residential and/or commercial solar systems. The group also discusses local and state issues regarding creating/amending policy to support a clean energy economy and develops plans for outreach. New and emerging technologies/energy philosophies may also be included in committee discussions as a means to provide education about where the energy industry, both locally and nationally, may be heading.
Subcommittees are open to all community members. To sign up, please visit this form: Subcommittee sign-ups.