The following section contains educational and informational resources to begin learning about clean energy, climate change, and other renewable resources.
Most Americans receive their electricity from centralized power plants that use a wide variety of energy resources to produce electricity. The electric power grid is a system of generation, delivery, and end-users. Learn more about the U.S. Electricity System and its Impact on the Environment.
The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation provides data and information on New York’s energy resources including oil, natural gas, and other renewable sources. Learn more about energy and climate change in New York.
Effects of climate change include warmer temperatures, more rain and snow, a rise in sea-level, changes in our natural resources, and increased health risks. Learn more about a variety of climate changes that have been observed in New York
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- NYS Climate Act
- NYS Clean Energy Dashboard
- NYSERDA Wind Energy Guidebook
- NYSERDA Solar Energy Guidebook
- NYSERDA Battery Energy Storage System Guidebook
- Chautauqua County Decommissioning Template
- Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency
- EV Charging Station Locations
- Local Utilities
- Home Renewable Energy Systems