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LI Climate Solutions Network Summer 2007 Calendar

Tuesday, July 17 – Solar Seminar
http://www.renewableenergylongisland.org/calendar.cfm?calendarID=138&month=7
RELI/LIPA – 7:00 p.m. Southold Town Hall
2nd Annual Solar Seminar. This is a great opportunity to explore the benefits of Solar.  Investing in Solar today, means you are purchasing electricity at $.10 per kWh for the next 30 years, as opposed to $.21 kWh you are spending today.   So come early, seating is limited.   Southold Town Hall, 53905 Main Road, Southold RSVP:  tina@renewableenergylongisland.org
Directions:
LIE (495) East to last exit (73). Exit onto Route 58 east. Rt. 58 turns into Route 25 through Riverhead and into Southold (past Laurel, Mattituck, Cutchogue and Peconic). Road curves sharply to right in Southold, church on corner. Town Hall is 2 buildings from the corner of Main Road (Rte.25) and Hortons”Lane on right. 45 minutes from LIE. 

July 18,  7:00 pm  LIPA FREE HOME PERFORMANCE SEMINAR        
Learn how you can save up to 40% on your energy costs! With help from LIPA’s Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program, you too, can increase the health, safety and comfort of your home while helping to reduce electricity consumption and protect the environment.           The Pavilion at Hempstead Town Hall

July 18, 2007, 8am-10am Hauppauge
USGBC-LI Salon: LIPA’s Commissioning for Better Buildings on Long Island guide
Sheraton Long Island Hotel, 110 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, New York 11788
Most new commercial buildings include sophisticated and complex systems and controls, making a well-coordinated and integrated design and construction process more important than ever.  A quality assurance process through building commissioning can provide significant benefits to owners, project managers and their design and construction teams. 1.5 AIA  CES credits will be given.  
Walk-ups will be welcomed. $20 USGBC members, $35 non-members.

Thursday, July 26, 2007 at 10:30 am Thursdays For Thought –
L.E.E.D.ership in energy and design: the green building movement.
  Guest Speaker: Dr. Ron Vitori, Chair, U.S. Green Building Council, Long  Island Chapter.  Shelter Rock Jewish Center.  http://www.srjc.org/events.htm 

July 31, 2007, 5:30pm-7:30pm  USGBC-LI’s Sustainable Cocktails
Black Forest Brew House, 20-15 New Highway, Farmingdale, NY 11735
631 391-9500
Network gathering to promote sustainable design. Please join us for an evening of networking and getting together over good food and beverages. $10 pay at door. Cash bar. Any questions, contact Art Desin, artdesinjr@aol.com .

8/7/2007 7:00 PM  FREE SOLAR SEMINAR.  Bridgehampton Senior Center
Curious about solar power? Want to know how you can generate your own electricity? How much does it cost? What financial incentives are available?
Why not attend this FREE solar power seminar? Learn all about solar at a seminar open to the public. Solar Seminars 
Senior Center, 585 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 
RSVP: Tina@RenewableEnergyLongIsland.org
Directions:
Take Route 27 East past the intersection of County Road 39 and continue eastbound on Montauk Highway. Travel through the hamlets of Water Mill, Bridgehampton and turn left at the east end of the Bridgehampont hamlet center at the Veteran”s Monument onto Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike. Senior Center is approx. 3/4 mile up on the right.
Sponsored by: LIPA, RELI & Town of Southampton

August 15, 2007, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Energy for the Future: Solving Industry Challenges through Technology and Innovation
Melville Marriott, 1350 Old Walt Whitman Rd. , Melville, NY 11747
Plenary Session, Breakouts and Panel Discussions. KeySpan, LIPA and National Grid will be hosting Energy for the Future: Solving Industry Challenges through Technology and Innovation. We invite you to participate in this day-long conference. The program will bring together researchers, innovators, developers, industry and governmental leaders, creating a unique forum for the exchange of ideas and perspectives on energy and
environmental issues. It will also showcase innovations in energy technologies by a diverse group of industry leaders. $125 (General Admission) $75 (Students). For complete information and to register, click here http://www.forum4energy.com/

9/13/2007 7:00 PM FREE SOLAR SEMINAR. Riverhead Free Library
Curious about solar power? Want to know how you can generate your own electricity? Why not attend a FREE solar power seminar? Learn all about solar at a seminar open to the public. Solar Seminars
Location: Riverhead Free Library
RSVP: tina@renewableenergylongisland.org
Directions:
Take LIE (495) to Exit 73 (last exit) to Route 58 East. Go 2.25 miles to Harrison Ave. Make a right (south) on to Harrison; road changes 1/2 mile to Osborne Ave. at traffic light. Continue south on Osborne past Pulaski Street crossing railroad tracks. Library driveway is first right immediately past railroad tracks. 
Sponsored by: LIPA, RELI & Riverhead Free Library

On Sunday Sept. 16, 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Guest Speaker: Dr. Ron Vitori, LEED AP and Chair of the US Green Building Council – Long Island.  
Ron Vitori. will be speaking and answering the questions, What is Green Building?, What is LEED? What is happening on Long Island?  He will address both commercial and home improvement from the Green perspective. Join us for this educational, enlightening and exciting afternoon with Ron. Bring your questions. Everything you ever wanted to know about building GREEN.  Cold Spring Harbor Library and Environment Center
http://cshlibrary.suffolk.lib.ny.us/hours.htm  Sponsored by the Sierra Club, LI Chapter

Sunday October 14, 2:00-4:00 pm
Cold Spring Harbor Library, Patrick West will give a presentation on Global Warming.  http://cshlibrary.suffolk.lib.ny.us/hours.htm   Sponsored by the Sierra Club, LI Chapter

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  1. Along with Tom Pelicane at canvas magazine of Long Island, I run the Long Island Chapter of Green Drinks International. We are holding our August event at the Riverview Restaurant on the Great South Bay in Oakdale on the 29th at 5 PM. The theme of the event is honoring and protecting the Great South Bay. There will be no charge for the event, happy hour priced drinks and complentary food. Please call me at 631.418.7239 for info.

    David P. Sibek

  2. That’s great, David. I met you and a lot of other interesting people at the last one. I suggest everyone try to attend the next one. Please keep us updated

    peace,
    Ian

    p.s. oops. I knew the date sounded familiar. It’s our wedding anniversary.

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