CONSIDER A YEAR-END DONATION TO H-IPL
Congregation Beth Shalom in Bloomington was the first Hoosier synagogue to take radical steps to reduce their building’s energy footprint. Congregation Beth Shalom decreased their electricity use by 27% (beyond what the new solar panels provided) and their natural gas use by 61%. This laudable achievement succeeded mainly through thermostat setbacks, occupancy sensors, and installing high-efficiency HVAC systems. Beth Shalom’s deep and growing commitment sets the example not only for Jewish congregations, but for members of all faiths.
Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light works with Indiana congregations of all faiths. Our workshops, webinars and active congregational affiliates throughout Indiana emphasize the vital role our faith community plays in creation care.
Would you consider donating $25 or more to help us achieve our creation care mission?
Your year-end donation is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Your generous year-end donation will permit Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light to expand and deepen our creation care mission and enhance Indiana’s faith community's voice in 2018.
John H. Dane CAE
Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light
Hoosiers of faith working together to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency, as a response to climate change.
Welcome Amy Barnes - H-IPL's New Program Manager
I am pleased to welcome Amelia (Amy) Barnes to Hoosier Power and Light (H-IPL) to serve as our new Program Manager effective December 1, 2017. While Amy follows the very accomplished Trisha Tull in this position, Amy has her own unique talents and skills that will serve H-IPL well in 2018 and beyond.
Amy is excited to be part of the H-IPL team and will be organizing the H-IPL 2018 Workshop Series. In addition, she will be working to strengthen our relationship with congregations, with our faith-based affiliates and with our other partners to assure that we are an effective faith-based voice on climate change in Indiana. (Read More on Amy)
Welcome, Amy Barnes!
John H. Dane CAE
No More $ for Rockport Coal Plant
Indiana-Michigan Power (I&M) customers are telling state regulators that they want clean energy and do not want their money wasted on I&M's AEP Rockport Coal Plant, which ranks as one of the nation's largest toxic super polluters. Click here for more information.