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Want to get more involved in AGREE’s fight for a livable planet, good jobs, and affordable, sustainable energy for all? There are lots of ways that you can make a difference – let’s build the people power we need to beat the fossil fuel and nuclear industries!
From humble beginnings a decade ago, AGREE has grown to be a major force in New York’s energy landscape, advocating for an equitable transition to a renewable-energy-based economy where everyone can thrive in harmony with Earth’s ecosystems. We work from the hands-on house by house level to utility rate cases and statewide policy.
Renewable Heat Now
Through our Renewable Heat Now Campaign, we work with organizations across NY to raise awareness about how we can convert from fossil fuel heating to geothermal heat pumps, thermal energy networks, and cold climate heat pumps.
Utility Rate Cases
Utilities collect billions of dollars every year for the electricity grid, pipelines, and energy efficiency programs. Through our rate case trainings and interventions we advocate for affordable energy bills, improved energy efficiency, and alternatives to gas investments.
Our Energy Advisors are here to help you save energy, make homes more comfortable, electrify everything and reduce fossil fuel use. Let us connect you with the many Federal, State, and local programs to help you be part of the climate solution.
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News and Updates
Governor Hochul’s Department of Public Service Co-signs Proposed Hikes Released Today NYSEG and the Department of Public Service have agreed […]
Advocates file motion to dismiss utilities’ request for huge gas and electric rate hikes and call on Governor Hochul to […]
Unions and Climate Advocates Applaud the New York State Senate and Assembly for passing the pioneering Thermal Energy Network and Jobs Bill
The New York State Legislature today passed the Utility Thermal Energy Network and Jobs Act (S9422, A10493). The landmark bill, passed unanimously in the state Senate and 138-5 in the Assembly, represents a victory for labor unions and climate advocates.