The Fifth Annual
Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair

will be held virtually this year

on Saturday, March 6, 2021, 10-4

Workshops
Exhibition Hall
Affinity Groups
Networking

Click here to register for the Fair as an attendee!

(Email beckyjmeier@gmail.com if you have any problems registering.)

If you are interested in being an exhibitor, please click here.

Exhibitors:

AEC Solar
Affordable Housing Partnership
Albany Sustainability Advisory Committee
Alliance for a Green Economy
Astral Power
Aztech Geothermal
BEAT / No Fracked Gas in Mass
Capital District Regional Planning Commission
Citizens’ Climate Lobby
Climate Reality Project: Capital Region, NY Chapter
Common Energy
Community Advocates for a Sustainable Environment
Dandelion Energy
Eden Renewables
Food Scraps 360 LLC
HeatSmart Capital Region
Hudson Valley Community College Office of Workforce Development
Kasselman Solar
Mathias Marketing
New York Youth Climate Leaders
New Yorkers for Clean Power
News from the Neighborhood
PAUSE – People of Albany United for Safe Energy
Pearl’s Premium Ultra Low Maintenance Lawn Seed
Sierra Club Hudson Mohawk Group
Solar Liberty
Solarize Albany
Spruce & Sprout
Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline
SunCommon
Sustainable Wealth Advisors
True Building Performance
Zero Waste Capital District

About Us:

Community Advocates for a Sustainable Environment (CASE) was formed in February of 2018 (as Community Advocates for Sustainable Energy). CASE grew out of Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline (SNYFGP), which was formed in the Spring of 2014 to stop Kinder Morgan’s Northeast Energy Director Gas Pipeline. When the company withdrew its application in May of 2016 SNYFGP decided to continue to help other area fights against fossil fuel infrastructure and to create CASE to promoteRenewable Energy. Since then CASE has organized four annual Renewable Energy Fairs and several community educational forums.

CASE/SNYFGP is governed by a Board of Directors, who meet monthly. Anyone who believes in our mission is welcome to join our mailing list and attend our meetings. Membership meetings are held 1 to 2 times a month. CASE/SNYFGP puts out a regular newsletter to educate its members about fossil fuel and renewable energy issues and to suggests actions its members can take.

We are a grassroots, all volunteer, self-funded organization of concerned citizens. Although we are a not for profit organization we do not have a 501(c)3 status.

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