Green Energy Times Staff
Counterpoint is a professional a cappella group based in Vermont. It performs many kinds of music in all sorts of places. It has a mission beyond entertaining, however, and this includes performing in ways that benefit society. One of its specific goals is to […]
The Rainbow School, in Woodstock, VT. Courtesy photo.
Green Energy Times Staff with Tesha Buss
Tesha Buss has had more than her share of renovating houses in Vermont. In fact, she had completed three of them when she decided to add solar electricity to the barn apartment where she lived […]
DEC is teaming up with The Community College of VT to offer FREE training to develop your green workforce. Bridge the green skills gap in this industry-recognized course on environmentally-friendly practices and programs in manufacturing DEC is offering Vermont Green Business Program members a fully-subsidized course in Green Production through the Community College of […]
Renewable Northwest is now accepting applications for their 2019 Summer Internship: Renewable Energy Policy Research. Due date is March 25th. This intern will research dual-use solar and agriculture and existing policy drivers around the country to produce a written report and presentation for use in solar policy advocacy and education in Oregon and Washington. The […]
Rooftop solar at Cornell University’s McGraw Tower from behind the school store. Image: Jason Koski/Cornell University Photography.
This article originally appeared in CleanTechnica, February 18th, 2019. Reprinted with permission of the author.
Twenty-one public and private universities in the state of New York have banded together to create the […]
Dartmouth College solar totals more than 2,000 solar panels. All images courtesy of ReVision Energy
Dartmouth College shows up regularly in news and articles at Green Energy Times (G.E.T.). Most of this is at the G.E.T. website, as announcements of programs, lectures, and achievements come out. Attention the […]
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Lead is highly toxic, especially for children. There is no safe level for lead in water—even small amounts can have major consequences. The only way […]
It is nice to see that there was at least one college in every state G.E.T. covers which made a key environmental list – the Top 20 Coolest Schools list compiled by the Sierra Club. Green Mountain College (GMC) tied for first place and is the second college in the U.S. to reach carbon […]
Acadia LeBlanc ’19, left, and Stephanie Malicki ’18, right, engage with community stakeholders to gather feedback and support for Franklin’s green infrastructure. Image: Michael Seamans
Jennifer White and Stacey Doll
Hands-on learning and transformational experiences are cornerstones of a Colby-Sawyer education, and through the Sustainable Learning Initiative (SLI) at Franklin, more than 280 students […]
Ready to take action on climate and energy with your class? Sign up for Green School Energy Challenge
Vermont Energy Education Program (VEEP) moved the kick-off date for Green School Energy Challenge 2018/19 to October 25, so there’s still time for you to join this year’s cohort and lead your class in saving energy and […]