Greenburgh energy conservation coordinator will try interfaith approach

New York Interfaith Power & Light, a group that advocates a faith-based approach to saving energy, has appointed Nicola Coddington of Irvington as executive director.

tjndc5-5dukwojx8hz19qxsqg2l_layout.jpgCoddington has been energy conservation coordinator for the Town of Greeburgh.

NYIPL says it aims to “promote stewardship of the earth by faith communities through energy conservation and efficiency and through the use of renewable energy.” It is a chapter of the Interfaith Power & Light campaign, which has chapters in 26 states and D.C.

Religious congregations across New York state contribute to the group.

Dr. Janet Allen, NYIPL vice president, said she looks forward to “Nikki solidifying and strengthening the New York State interfaith community’s response to global warming.”