Cazenovia Area Energy Challenge: It's not too late!

About The Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board

The Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board is a public agency that was established in 1966 by Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, and Oswego Counties under the provisions of Article 12B of the New York State General Municipal Law.

The CNY RPDB is governed by a board of directors that is appointed by its five member counties. Financial support for the agency is provided by member county contributions, state and federal grants, and contract service revenue. The CNY RPDB provides a comprehensive range of services associated with the growth and development of communities in Central New York with a focus on the following program areas: Comprehensive

About The Cazenovia Area Community Development Association

CACDA enhances economic vitality and preserves the rural, historic character of our region through education, consensus-building and project implementation. Individuals and corporations can support CACDA's programs through contributions and volunteer efforts. For more information, please call Barbara Henderson, Executive Director, at 655-7651 or e-mail director@cacda.net.

About The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

NYSERDA offers innovative programs; technical expertise and funding to help consumers increase energy efficiency and save money while helping businesses create clean energy solutions. NYSERDA's professionals help New Yorkers reduce energy consumption, increase the use of renewable energy, protect our environment and create clean energy jobs. A public benefit corporation, NYSERDA has been developing partnerships to advance innovative energy solutions in New York since 1975.

About NYSERDA Energy $mart Communities

The New York Energy $mart Communities Program offers local, convenient, community-based access to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority's energy-efficiency and research and development programs. NYSERDA works with 10 Communities Coordinators strategically located throughout the State to help extend NYSERDA's program outreach to residential, commercial, institutional, municipal, and industrial customers.

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