2013 Green Energy Fair
Sunday June 9, 2013, 9am to 1pm,
at Brighton High School Parking Lot.
The fair takes place together with the Brighton Farmers Market and features the following and more:
2013 auction items
Partial list of items offered by our exhibitors:
All auction items will be at the ColorBrightonGreen.org tent.
Drawing to be held at 12:45.
- A wide variety of businesses offering energy saving and green products and services.
- Tables with information and resources about energy- and resource-saving technologies and lifestyle choices.
- Displays of current alternative technologies.
- Student projects related to alternative energy and energy conservation.
- Activities for children, including a drumming circle.
- A silent auction featuring energy-saving products and services, to benefit future educational programs of ColorBrightonGreen.org.
Calling for student projects
Students of all ages are invited to submit displays and projects for Brighton’s Green Energy Fair. There will be contests and prizes. Bring your project to the Energy Fair and we’ll display it. We welcome displays, written projects, art projects, technology projects and more.
Calling for exhibitors
Exhibits can include vendors and nonprofit agencies displaying alternative technologies for home, business and transportation; global warming, conservation and recycling education. Hands-on educational displays are welcome.
- Exhibits are free but reservation is required.
Please submit this online registration form.
- Exhibitors have to bring their own tents and tables.
- New! Exhibitors can request a one-page Sponsor Listing in our Green Services and Products directory—at no cost for one year. Learn more.
2013 exhibitor list
[To be announced.]
2012 exhibitor list
- Barefoot Edible Landscape & Permaculture
Learn about edible landscaping, edible forest gardening, permaculture, and homesteading and how they create real sustainabiltiy.
- Berkshire Solar Wind Geothermal
Solar wind and geothermal systems.
- Community Energy
Information for RG&E customers to enroll in RG&E’s Catch the Wind program on their utility bills.
- Excellent Air Heating and Cooling
Geothermal Heating information table with banner, brochures and internet display.
- Finger Lakes Biochar
Debuting and educating public about the benefits of biochar, a carbon negative soil conditioner made from waste biomass
- Finger Lakes Energy $mart Communities
How you can utilize the incentives offered by NYSERDA to make your home more efficient, comfortable, healthier and more affordable.
- Genesee Land Trust
Exhibit will showcase our conservation priorities which include: Local Farms/Local Food, the North Coast, and Connecting to Nature in the City.
- Helping Community Charities
Exhibit to encourage recycling by donating no-longer-needed items to a local charity. Copies of 2011-12 Community Wishbook.
- Hip Green Pet
All USA-made green pet products.
- Isaac Home Energy Performance
We carefully inspects your home to identify all energy-related issues, then prioritizes smarter solutions for you.
- PathStone Corporation
Outreach, education, enrollment, application assistance, technical assistance, financial assistance, and energy audit reviews in the Finger Lakes Region.
- Project HOUSE/Green Irene
Green home and business makeovers services and products.
- Renewable Rochester
Renewable energy products—solar electric, wind energy, energy saving.
- Rnet Recycling Bin Covers
Recycling bin covers in four lovely covers.
- Rochester Museum & Science Center/WEC
Enviroscape—A hands interactive model of a watershed to demonstrate how individuals can affect our water quality.
- Scrap Art
Art from every day materials for the artist of all ages and all skill levels.
- Sierra Club—Rochester Regional Group
Information on energy and water conservation.
- Town of Brighton Sustainability Oversight Committee
- True Energy Solutions, Inc.
Home performance contracting and energy auditing.
- Viridian Energy
A socially responsible energy company providing greener electricity at an affordable price.
- Water Education Collaborative
Display to promote our current community project entitled Buckland Creek Restoration at Twelve Corners School.