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A bill making its way through the New
A bill making its way through the New York Legislature would create a council to push renewable energy, to curb climate change which is blamed for big storms like superstorm Sandy. This is New Suffolk on Oct. 29, 2012, during Sandy.

A bill moving quickly in the Legislature’s final days would create a New York Climate Action Council to push solar, wind and other renewable energies through state spending.

One innovative new effort under the bill would be to use solar-powered heat pumps to use ground water to help heat residential buildings including public housing.

The measure sponsored by Assemb. Steven Engelbright...

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