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Energy Efficiency for Religious Congregations 4/16/08

The Long Island Interfaith Environment Network invites you to:

Energy Efficiency for Religious Congregations
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
10:00am – 1:00pm

Molloy College, Suffolk Center
7180 Republic Airport, Farmingdale, NY
Lunch will be served

All places of worship use energy, and often pay large bills. Energy efficiency and renewables are an important way to reduce energy consumption, foster good stewardship of the environment, and maybe even lower energy costs.

Come learn from a panel of expert speakers and exhibitor tables what incentive programs and financing options are available to places of worship, and what inspiring places of worship in our region have already achieved.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to get your questions answered!

There is a suggested donation of $15 for this workshop. Leaders and plant managers of all faiths welcome! To make sure we have enough lunch and materials for you, please RSVP to Beth Fiteni, 631-963-5454 or beth@neighborhood-network.org by April 14th. Make checks out to “Neighborhood Network” 7180 Republic Airport, Farmingdale, NY 11735. See neighborhood-network.org/energy/worship.htm for more information.

Speakers include:

  • Ed Bennett, NY Interfaith Power & Light
  • LIPA staff on their incentive programs
  • Gary Krieger and Judy Torres, National Grid
  • The Solar Center, on solar hot water systems
  • Fletcher Harper, Greenfaith, on financing for projects

Directions to 7180 Republic Airport:Take the Southern State to Route 110 north (exit 32N), go 1/2 mi, turn right on Grumman Lane into airport entrance, 3rd building on the left.From the LIE go south on Route 110 (exit 49S), go about 1 mile past Farmingdale University and turn left on Grumman Lane, into airport entrance, 3rd building on the left.

The Long Island Interfaith Environment Network is housed at the Neighborhood Network, and is made up of various faith organizations including:

the LI Council of Churches, NY Interfaith Power & Light the Diocese of Rockville Centre, Molloy College, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington, St. Martin of Tours Outreach, Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Center, Islamic Center of LI, Sophia Garden/HomecomingUnitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock, Roundtable if the Common Good, Unitarian Universalists of Stony Brook, First United Methodist Church in Amityville, and Community United Methodist Church in Massapequa.

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