NEST in the NEWS
January 15, 2022 NCTV17: Watch this "Spotlight" interview with NEST’s chair, Cathy Clarkin, about how the taskforce works with the city and community to create a sustainable future.
November 26, 2021 Chicago Tribune: Despite Naperville’s reliance on coal fired electricity, electric vehicles (EVs) are still the better choice over gas or diesel vehicles if you want to lower your carbon footprint. Naperville, second only to Chicago, has the highest rate of adoption of EVs in the state. NEST’s chair, Cathy Clarkin, and NEST’s Transportation chair, Bruce Jones, discuss how the recently passed federal infrastructure legislation will improve EV infrastructure and provide other sustainability benefits to Naperville.
Please read these news articles and blog posts about the City Council Sustainable Naperville 2036 workshop:
NEST Presents Local Sustainability Experts
2021/11/14: Greg Hubert of CLEAN, the Clean Energy Alliance of Naperville, provides the latest on Naperville’s coal electricity from the Illinois Municipal Electric Agency (IMEA) and the Prairie State Energy Campus (PSEC).