New York has set a target of 50% renewable energy by 2030. That means millions of solar panels and electric vehicles, plus expanded use of less common technologies like heat pumps. Millions of consumers need to get up to speed on these options – and hopefully get excited. But the choices are complex. Regular or high-efficiency panels? What kind of inverter? Are there advantages to buying my solar panels and EV at the same time? What does a good warranty look like?
Sustainable Hudson Valley is a trusted voice for the consumer in the renewable energy space. Luminary Media, publisher of Chronogram, is a uniquely capable producer and distributor of specialty publications. These partners are bringing you this authoritative, magazine-format publication
The Clean Power Guide will pull together the information and resources that home- and business-owners need to evaluate renewable technologies for power, heating and cooling, and transportation.
Coming in the spring 2019 Upstate House.
Articles will include:
More than Solar Panels: Understanding Renewable Technology for Home and Business
Five Questions to ask a Clean Energy Contractor
Portrait of an EV Afficianado
Getting Solar Right on Historic Buildings
The Savvy Consumer’s Guide to Warranties for Clean Power Products”
Back to the Future: The Pros and Cons of All-Electric Living
BUSINESSES: ALIGN Your MISSION and BRAND Through ADVERTISING and EDITORIAL PARTNERSHIP.
Options include early advertising sales and joint development of content.
Melissa Everett, Ph.D., Executive Director, Sustainable Hudson Valley 845-514-8567
Amara Projansky, Publisher, Luminary Media 845-334-8600