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NYWEC Webinars- Nov 21 and 29

Organization: New York Wind Energy Collaborative

The New York Wind Education Collaborative (NYWEC) is a joint effort of the Pace Energy and Climate Center, Citizens Campaign for the Environment (CCE), and the Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY), and is co-sponsored by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).  NYWEC’s goal is to increase the public’s understanding of wind power issues.  For more information and access to a variety of wind-related resources, please visit


Title: Wind Energy Issues: Aesthetics, Property Values, Sound and Siting

Location: anywhere via the web

Date/Time: Nov 29, 10:30-11:15 AM

Description: Led by the Alliance for Clean Energy New York. A discussion of common questions about wind power development as it relates to visual impacts, property values, and sound, as well as a brief overview of the siting process following reinstatement of New York’s statewide power plant siting law, Article X.

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Title: The Environmental and Public Health Impacts of Our Energy Choices

Location: anywhere via the web

Date/Time: Nov 21, 10:30-11:15 AM and Nov 29 5:45-6:30 PM

Description: Led by Citizens Campaign for the Environment. An overview of how our energy choices impact our environment, public health, and wildlife; drawing comparisons between wind power and traditional energy sources such as nuclear and fossil fuel energy.

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