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Taste Some Sun-Powered Pesto at the Cortelyou Greenmarket!

Taste Some Sun-Powered Pesto at the Cortelyou Greenmarket!

You’ll have another chance this Sunday, August 7, to get to know our SunBike, the mobile solar-electric unit that Sustainable Flatbush built to take clean energy to the streets.  Our Solar Team will be on hand to blend up some sun-powered pesto with ingredients from local farmers.

SunBike to Debut Sunday June 26th at Cortelyou Greenmarket!

SunBike to Debut Sunday June 26th at Cortelyou Greenmarket!

In celebration of the summer solstice–the time of year when days are longest and energy from the sun is most plentiful–our Solar Team has been busy putting the final touches on the Sustainable Flatbush SunBike

SF SunBike to Bring Power to the Streets

SF SunBike to Bring Power to the Streets

Solar Power That Is! Sustainable Flatbush is proud to announce a partnership with Con Edison to build the SunBike, a mobile solar electric system that gets around in a retrofitted cargo bike.  

Green is the stuff you DO in buildings

Green is the stuff you DO in buildings

First Steps to Energy Efficiency in Flatbush at the Neighborhood Energy Forum on March 20 “How many members of Sustainable Flatbush does it take to change a light bulb?” asked State Senator Kevin Parker during his remarks at our Neighborhood Energy Forum last month, riffing on the perennial joke. “None, because you already changed your […]

On the Path to Energy Efficiency and Affordability

On the Path to Energy Efficiency and Affordability

Join us for the Neighborhood Energy Forum on March 20 About a year ago, Sustainable Flatbush’s Executive Director Anne Pope and I sat at Sycamore Bar and Flower Shop on Cortelyou Road.

Can the Electrical Grid Be as

Can the Electrical Grid Be as “Smart” as Your Cell Phone?

Yes, and make it quick! If the designers of our telegraph and telephone system traveled more than hundred years into our time, they could not begin to imagine how our “smart phones” put the world into our hands.