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Register for the Upcoming Webinar on Hot Water Thermal Energy Storage

The Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office (BTO), within the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, is hosting a webinar entitled, “Thermal Energy Storage: Hot Water Thermal Energy” on Thursday March 19, 2020, at 3:00 PM E.T. This is the second webinar in a three-part webinar series designed to engage stakeholders to identify […]

Energy Bill Misses Chance to Cut Costs by $40 Billion and Slash Carbon Emissions; Must be Fixed

The Senate energy bill announced Thursday by Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Lisa Murkowski (R-Ala.) and Ranking Member Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) includes useful efficiency provisions, but does not do nearly enough to save energy and reduce harmful emissions, and must be fixed. It omits a key provision to strengthen building energy codes […]

Alberto Lamadrid – Thursday!

“Resilience and response to high impact events: From energy system operators to households” Alberto J. Lamadrid, Lehigh University

Thursday, February 20

5:00-6:00 pm

Steele 006 – Dartmouth College

Increased incidence of extreme events and socio-economic losses due to power outages create a fundamental concern for operators […]

The Many Co-Benefits of a Good Climate Solution

John Gage

The cheapest and quickest way to reduce climate pollution is to put a price on it and let efficient market forces unleash the investment, innovation, and transition to clean energy required. We can protect household budgets during the transition, protect US businesses from free-polluting foreign competition, and strongly encourage all other countries […]

Webinar: How do Nonresidential Energy Efficiency Programs Benefit Low-Income Communities?

Date and time: Wed, Jan 15, 2020 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

This webinar will highlight the findings of a newly released ACEEE report on how energy efficiency program implementers reach nonresidential and community-serving institutions in low-income areas. These groups may include nonprofits, schools, local government buildings, locally owned businesses, medical facilities, […]

Window Dressers Build Events in Vermont

WindowDressers Insulating Window Inserts are built at Community Workshops across Maine and Vermont. Typically, a rotating crew of 10-12 volunteers per half-day shift come together to assemble the inserts over several days. No special skills are necessary and every simple job is taught on-site by our experienced volunteers. Below is the schedule for Vermont locations:

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Senator Tim Ashe to Speak at Energy & Climate Action Conference at Lake Morey

12th Annual VECAN conference Saturday, Dec. 7 at Lake Morey Resort What: 12th Annual Community Energy and Climate Action Conference put on by VECAN (Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network), a program of the Vermont Natural Resources Council. Who: Town energy committees, local energy leaders, clean energy businesses, organizations, state agency partners, and any Vermonter […]

The VECAN Conference is December 7

The VECAN Conference is Saturday!

For those who are interested in energy or climate change, who you are in Vermont, or close to it, there are not many events that can even come close to matching the VECAN Conference. This year’s conference is on Saturday, December 7, at the Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vermont.

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Interview: Efficiency Vermont’s Efficiency Excellence Network Program Manager

Allison Fode, Efficiency Vermont

Green Energy Times Staff

Efficiency Vermont has a program that anyone looking for serious work on a building should know about. It is the Efficiency Exellence Network (EEN) program. Professionals associated with it are required to keep updated on the latest technology in their fields. Its […]

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