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Path to Mastery – We Must Quantify Our Impact

by Travis Niles

In this edition of Paths To Mastery Interviews, BE14 Track Co-Chairs Rachel White and Kate Goldstein share why sustainability work is critical, and what BE14 sessions and workshops are must-sees, and what they think 2014 will bring for this industry.

NESEA: Who are you?

Rachel White

White: I work for […]

FREE LEBANON BUTTON UP WORKSHOP TUESDAY

SERG Friends,

I want to encourage you to attend tomorrow’s FREE Button Up Home Energy Saving Workshop, where I will be presenting on basic building science concepts and how to undertake basic air sealing, insulation, and conservation measures to reduce energy use, save money and increase home comfort:

WHEN – Tuesday, November 19 WHERE – […]

DC Energy Renewable Energy Newsletter

2013 Solar Decathlon, Irvine, CA

Every year the US Department of Energy sponsors an international competition to colleges and universities to develop a house that uses as little resources as possible to build and live in. This year, a team from Middlebury College, right here in Vermont, one an award.

Here is a link […]

The Virtual Power Plant on an All-Renewable Grid

By George Harvey

When I was young, a telephone had no dial on it. When you picked up the phone, you heard a female voice say, “Number, please.” There was no Caller ID, a long-distance call meant contacting a long-distance operator, and a call to Europe could cost $20, half a week’s pay for […]

As part of an Energy Retrofit, Solar IS Going Back On the White House … just as promised

Solar, energy efficiency of the building, Hybrid cars are all cutting the whitehouse greenhouse gas emissions. Why? Climate Change! […]

An Affordable Straw Bale Senior Housing Project

Vermont’s first straw bale affordable senior housing project has been built in Holland, in the Northeast Kingdom. […]

Renewable Energy Vermont response to Vermont Electric Co-op Position on Net-Metering

Renewable Energy Vermont response to Vermont Electric Co-op Tariff Filing

“The Vermont Electric Co-op proposal regarding net-metering drastically under-values the full benefits of renewable net metering, including its recent role in deferring one transmission upgrade representing a savings of $250 million to all Vermonters. By valuing net metering substantially below retail rates, this proposal is […]

Happy Birthday Mr. President!

Happy Birthday Mr. President… May you make all the right choices this year and make this your best year yet… […]

Public Information Session for Solar Thermal Installation

Lakes Region Community Services Installs Solar Energy in Plymouth August 6th Public Information Session, 1:30pm

Plymouth: Lakes Region Community Services (LRCS) is working with the Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative (PAREI) to install two solar thermal collectors on one of their residential buildings in Plymouth. This building is home to 4 individuals […]

Let’s Celebrate the 4th with a goal for Energy Independence!

by Nancy Rae Mallery Publisher – Green Energy Times nancy@greenenergytimes.org

As we celebrate the independence of our country this 4th of July, I have to think that we have missed the boat. True independence for our country will occur when we are Energy Independent, as well. We have a long ways to go! Too […]