WelcomeThe Northern Westchester Energy Action Consortium welcomes you to RenewNWEAC.org, a one-stop resource for Northern Westchester communities to Learn more about energy conservation and opportunities to reduce home and business energy expenses.
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ENERGIZE NORTHERN WESTCHESTER is an initiative of the Northern Westchester Energy Action Consortium (NWEAC)
The Energize Program promotes energy efficiency by directly supporting area homeowners who would like to take
advantage of existing state programs that increase home comfort, reduce utility costs, improve indoor air quality and lower overall carbon emissions.
Energize can help you with the following incentive programs
A free or subsidized comprehensive home energy assessment...
Up to $13,000 in low cost financing (3.49%) for terms of 5, 10 or 15 years to pay for recommended energy efficiency upgrades....
A 10% cash rebate (up to a maximum of $3,000) for all homeowners getting approved upgrades. Up to a 50% subsidy for approved
upgrades to certain income qualified homeowners...
Michael Gordon, Amy Rosmarin, Her Oringel, Mary Foster, Leo Wiegman
"Welcome to Renew NWEAC! Here you’ll find information about resources to help you install renewable energy, purchase green energy or improve the energy efficiency of your business or institution..."
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NWEAC Climate Action Planning (CAP)Seven municipalities within the Consortium have pooled their efforts to create, update or review greenhouse gas emissions inventories. The seven collaborating communities: Bedford, Cortlandt, Croton-on-Hudson, North Salem, Peekskill, Pound Ridge, and Somers–shared an energy management grant to fund the technical work of compiling the inventories and completing a Climate Action Plan.
Learn more about NWEAC CAP
Download the CAP (large file!)
Take advantage of assistance and incentives to be more green:
DownloadsNWEAC Quarterly Supervisor-Mayor Meeting on April 30, 2012
Download meeting miniutes
The Annual Supervisor/Mayor conference was held at Bedford’s Town Hall Annex on January 9, 2012.
Dowlnad meeting minutes
A Synthesis Report - Responding to Climate Change in New York State
An assessment for Effective Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in New York State.
Learn about the history of the award winning GreenNR - New Rochelle Sustainability Planning Project
Download New Rochelle presentation