It does not use extra fuel or damage your engine to turn the engine off and on and off and on...

because most cars today use electronic fuel injection.

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When you leave the engine running on a vehicle that's not moving, it's called "idling."
"There's lots of idling going on of internal combustion engines that we are dead set against," -- Ray & Tom Magliozzi, aka "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers," of the award winning NPR show, Car Talk. Shown here, a still shot from the movie, Idle Threat.

Come enjoy this FREE public movie event, Idle Threat, Man on Emission! Meet George Pakenham, the movie's director, and find out how you can save money while cutting waste and pollution.

"In the vein of Michael Moore’s cinéma vérité, Pakenham becomes our man on the street, accosting idlers who pollute the streets of NYC with their vehicles’ exhaust. The film manages to make you realize the deadly dangers present at the same time it makes you laugh out loud.” – Prof. Cathleen Miller, San Jose State University, author of Champion of Choice

Come see the FREE "Idle Threat" short movie & Electric Car Fest at Camillus Fire Department, Fri. Sept. 18 @ 5:45 pm

Part of 5th Annual National Drive Electric Week

See the all new all electric BMWi3, the Nissan Leaf, and other electric vehicles

You'll be entertained and informed as you watch the short movie, Idle Threat. Immediately after, you can join in a discussion with the director, George Pakenham. He'll be glad to answer questions about the movie and what's happening to idling now in NY. Afterwards, come outside and inspect the latest developments in the history of cars: Electric Vehicles! CNY electric vehicle drivers and enthusiasts will be on hand to display their vehicles, answer questions and even give some test rides as the group celebrates the 5th Annual National Drive Electric Week. Click here to to find out more.

Did you know that Central NY has more days of sun for solar power than Germany, the world leader in solar?

Did you know CNY has 73% of the amount of sun San Diego has?

Going solar is less expensive, more convenient & easier than ever with SolarizeCNY.

SolarizeCNY is now "ON!" Go solar now, for Bulk Rate discounts, simple permit process, financing help & specially selected vendors. Watch video!

NY State's largest community solar project ever begins July 15, 2015 and ends in just 4 months.

SolarizeCNY is a not for profit community initiative that will help homeowners, businesses and non profit organizations to buy or lease photovoltaic systems. Sign up now to attend a workshop or to receive a free solar evalution of your building.

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Thanks to Home Depot & Wildcat Pizza Pub for sponsoring our July & August Earth Day LED bulb switches and parties. Thanks to Buffalo Wild Wings for sponsoring our April Earth Day Camillus Clean Up! We hope you patronize these businesses! Find out more about our sponsors here.

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