Town of Hebron Receives Clean Energy Communities $5,000 Grant

Town of Hebron Supervisor Brian Campbell and the Climate Smart Hebron Task Force today announced that Hebron is the first municipality in Washington County to receive a $5,000 Clean Energy Communities Action Grant from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). The grant is a result of Hebron successfully completing a community… Continue reading Town of Hebron Receives Clean Energy Communities $5,000 Grant

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Climate Smart Hebron Expands Hebron Community Solar Campaign

Today, Climate Smart Hebron is pleased to announce that an additional 10-15 subscriptions are available in addition to the original 10 slots. Seven households joined within 3 days of the campaign launch on July 23, 2022, so demand for this service is significant. • Anyone who pays an electricity bill is eligible to receive community… Continue reading Climate Smart Hebron Expands Hebron Community Solar Campaign

Community Solar

Town of Hebron to Launch Hebron Community Solar Campaign on July 23rd at 2:00 pm at R.S. Taylor & Sons Brewery 3602 County Route 30, Salem, NY 12865 The Town of Hebron is pleased to announce a new campaign to bring the benefits of community solar to Hebron residents. With electricity prices rising, there has… Continue reading Community Solar

LED Street Lights

By replacing conventional street lights with energy-efficient LED technology, communities can reduce street light energy use, generating significant cost savings and emission reductions. Clean Energy and Climate Smart Communities programs recognize and reward local governments for their clean energy leadership. In March 2020, the 22 street lights on County Route 30 in West Hebron were… Continue reading LED Street Lights


The Town of Hebron joined Clean Energy Communities and Climate Smart Communities in December 2021 to put into practice clean energy actions, save energy costs and adapt to a changing climate.  These are coordinated programs run by the NYS Energy Research and Development Agency and NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, respectively. Local governments play a… Continue reading Background