The Long Island Clean Energy Hub


CCE-Suffolk Clean Energy staff are partnering with CCE-Nassau County staff on The Long Island Clean Energy Hub. The Hub is a team of trusted, knowledgeable, community-based organizations in and from your region of the state. They have experience with clean energy, energy efficiency, workforce and economic development, education, home weatherization, health, and housing.

Hubs help and provide information to individuals, small businesses, and affordable housing owners about the benefits of the clean energy economy, ways to reduce energy use and costs, and how to make more informed energy decisions.

A hub can:

  • Describe the “clean energy economy” and what it means for communities.
  • Assist with accessing job training and employment in the clean energy sector.
  • Discuss a home energy assessment and why it would be useful.
  • Help someone fill out an application for a free home-energy assessment.
  • Show what types of energy incentives a person or business may qualify for.
  • Share information about electric vehicles (EV), charging stations, even help someone file an EV rebate.
  • Find a qualified contractor to perform clean energy upgrades.
  • Locate a community solar program and help residents and businesses sign up for it.

And more!

The Long Island Regional Clean Energy Hub is operated by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Nassau County (CCE Nassau), as designated by NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Authority). CCE Nassau is supported in this endeavor by community partners Molloy University, Hofstra University, United Way of Long Island, Renewable Energy Long Island (reLI), and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County (CCE Suffolk).


Long Island Regional Clean Energy Hub
516-832-2591 ext. 125

Last updated December 19, 2023