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Black History Month events, plus film, live music, theater, and more.

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The Road Ahead: Central Hudson on Reaching NYS' Ambitious Energy Targets

Under Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York State is poised to lead the way to a greener future with some of the most ambitious emissions reduction goals in the nation. Central Hudson, the utility company serving the Mid-Hudson Valley, is on board with the plan.

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Adaptive Reuse

Adaptive reuse—the process of adapting an existing structure for a purpose other than what it was originally built—has gained traction over the past two decades, especially in the Hudson Valley where there's ample opportunity to give mills, factories, churches, even homes a new lease on life.

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These Hudson Valley Businesses Are Dreaming Green

Whether you’re building a home from the ground up or just redecorating, go green with these sustainable makers and builders.

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Powering the Path Forward

Central Hudson making changes toward renewable energy and investing in infrastructure.

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Community Solar Farms Arrive in the Hudson Valley

NRG Community Solar brings a convenient model for clean energy – with no rooftop installation
NRG Community Solar is championing a new model for clean energy generation, not to mention potential energy savings, through their Community Solar program. The company is in development on 11 other Community Solar farms in Dutchess, Ulster, and Greene Counties, all of which are actively accepting enrollments.

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Clearway Community Solar: A New Clean Energy Model for the Hudson Valley

Clearway Community Solar: solar powering the Hudson Valley.

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