• 16Oct

    Geothermal heating and cooling works in Woodbridge! Learn how you can use the consistent temperature of the earth to heat and cool your home all year long. Come and hear first-hand, from homeowners and installers who have been using this technology in their homes, how they have reduced their monthly energy costs.

    The session is free and open to the public.

    When?
    Thursday, October 23rd at 7pm

    Where?
    Center School Building
    4 Meeting House Lane, Woodbridge, CT
    in the cafe/lower level, across from the Town Library

  • 16Sep

    The Woodbridge Clean Energy Task Force is showing a provocative movie showing the influence that the largest company in the world has on governments, the media and citizens and what can be done about global warming.

    Everyone is welcome. Come to the Woodbridge Town Library on Monday, September 29th at 7pm.

    For more information about the movie Click Here

  • 22Aug

    During the presentation by Bob Wall a video was shown. It documented the installation of a small wind turbine in Rhode Island. For those who missed the presentation here is the video so you can watch it online:

    Watch the Solar Wrights 1.8kW wind turbine installation

  • 15Aug

    What do you think about wind turbines? Bob Wall, leader of the Wind Consortium for CT Innovations, will give an enlightening presentation on wind power in Connecticut.

    Related news: Wind Power coming to New Haven

    The session is free and open to the public.

    When?
    Thursday, August 21st at 7pm

    Where?
    Center School Building
    4 Meeting House Lane, Woodbridge, CT
    in the cafe/lower level, across from the Town Library

  • 11Jul

    Are your electric bills through the roof? How can you conserve energy, save money, and still live in comfort? Want to learn more about how your electricity is generated? The Woodbridge Clean Energy Initiative is showing the eye opening movie ‘Kilowatt Ours‘ with a brief discussion on energy conservation afterward. Come to the .Woodbridge Town Library on Thursday July 31st at 7pm.

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  • 04Jun

    The 8th event of our year long Speaker Series.

    You’ve read the promising and sometimes distressing headline news, now come and learn the truth. Will your car someday run on a renewable fuel? Presented by Jon Gorham, Co-founder of SunEthanol, an alternative fuels company.

    The session is free and open to the public.

    Thursday, June 19th at 7pm

    The Center School Building
    4 Meetinghouse Lane, Woodbridge
    in the cafe/lower level, across from the Town Library

  • 23Apr

    The 7th event of our year long Speaker Series.

    Learn how twenty simple conservation actions costing less than $100 can save you $10,000 over five years. These conservation actions will more than offset (by over ten times) any increase cost of signing up for Clean Energy from your utility. Learn how to get a great return on investment through energy conservation in your house and transportation.

    Thursday, May 15 at 7pm

    The Center School Building
    4 Meetinghouse Lane, Woodbridge
    in the cafe/lower level, across from the Town Library

  • 22Apr

    The subject for this year’s contest was “What I do in my town to save energy and lessen global climate change”. From over 90 contest submissions covering three towns and five schools here are the winners:

    Bethany Community School

    • 1st Prize, Ella Halpine, Grade 5 – poster
    • 2nd Prize, Ms Sinclair’s Class, Grade 1 – poster
    • Honorable Mention, Betsy Frieden, Grade 2 – poem
    • Honorable Mention, Evan Gentile, Grade 6 – poster

    Bethany Middle School

    • 1st Prize, Miles Halpine, Grade 8 – poster
    • 2nd Prize, Eddie Walsh, Grade 8 – poster
    • Honorable Mention, Rashmi Pashankar, Grade 7 – essay

    Beecher Road School

    • 1st Prize, Isabella Buda, Grade 6 – essay
    • 2nd Prize, Howard Ding, Grade 2 – poster
    • Honorable Mention, Kadan Lattick, Grade 4 – poster

    Orange Middle School

    • 1st Prize, Zelun Wang, Grade 8 – video
    • 2nd Prize, Jared Loewenthal, Grade 7 – essay

    Amity High School

    The official award ceremony will take place on May 17th at “Bethany Earth Day 2008”. Prizes include Apple iPods, Barnes and Noble gift cards, a Savings Bond, and special awards for honorable mentions.

    Photos of the posters, PDF versions of the essays, and the full videos will be available for viewing soon. Check back soon to see them!

  • 14Apr

    You hear the term all the time but what is it
    all about? Learn about sustainability in your
    home and business. You’ll come away from
    the inspiring session with practical examples
    you can do yourself.

    Download the handouts

    … was held on Thursday, April 17 at 7pm

  • 14Mar

    Learn how Solar Energy is making an ancient society modern and sustainable.
    http://www.self.org/bhutan.asp