Our Solar photo is in Times Square! And the NY Times!

Our photo is the Judge’s Pick winner in the Empire State Solar Generation photo contest! This means it can be seen on a digital billboard in Times Square, along with the other winning entries, through July 24th!

Meet Solar Team member Joel Acosta

My name is Joel Acosta, I am 28 years old and live in Brooklyn, NY. Since I was 7 years old, I have constantly been fascinated in the region of engineering, mechanical and electrical affairs. Growing up I used to take stuff apart just to […]

How to Fix Your Home and Save on Energy Bills: May 24th

Join Sustainable Flatbush and NYC Councilmember Jumaane D. Williams for an informational event about energy efficiency programs, including the federal Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) for low-income homeowners, Empower NY for renters and homeowners, free or low-cost energy audits for homeowners of all income levels available […]

Report from PowerShift 2011

Going down to the PowerShift Conference this year was a learning experience on several fronts. PowerShift is a place where student activists from all over the country gather to discuss energy and sustainability issues

How to Fix Your Home and Save on Energy Bills: March 24th

On Thursday, March 24, Sustainable Flatbush will host the second in our series of informational events to promote the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP).

How to Fix Your Home and Save on Energy Bills: March 8th

Sustainable Flatbush is hosting an informational event and workshop on Tuesday, March 8, 2011 to provide information on the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP).

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

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 […]