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Bray, Housing Vermont and Audet Honored at RE 2015

Leading the Energy REVolution.

Burlington, VT — Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) recognizes a Vermont real estate development company and two Vermonters for their outstanding contributions to the progress of a sustainable energy future at Renewable Energy 2015: “Leading the Energy REVolution”, an annual conference hosted by REV taking place on October 8-9 at the Sheraton […]


Photos courtesy of Fresh Tracks Vineyard & Winery


By N. R. Mallery

When you live in Vermont, the taste of pure maple syrup might just be in your blood. Well, here’s a sustainable story about the maple wine worth taking note of.

This fall, while traveling south on Montpelier, on Route 12, my […]

State Designates Green Energy Times as Vermont Green Business

Bradford, VT. January 13, 2015 – Green Energy Times, located in Bradford, VT, has been named a Vermont Green Business by the state of Vermont for their environmental stewardship and sustainability efforts. The Vermont Green Business Program provides assistance to businesses desiring to “green up” their operations and recognizes businesses of all sizes […]

Plainfield Resident Named Vital Communities’ Volunteer of the Year

December 1, 2014 – White River Junction, Vt. – Plainfield, N.H., resident Nancy Mogielnicki will be honored as the 2014 Volunteer of the Year this Friday night by local nonprofit Vital Communities.

“Nancy has been a phenomenal volunteer for Vital Communities not only this year but for many,” said Energy Program Manager Sarah Simonds. “As […]

November 15 Green Energy News

Resilience and Sustainability:

The first article in a new series in The Guardian about individuals helping to make cities more resilient: There are many lessons to be learned from Alex Wilson’s farm in Vermont. Building durable, well-insulated buildings with simple, redundant systems out of easy-to-fix local, renewable materials in strong, caring communities makes sense just […]

Sustainability Salon with Tim DeChristopher and Terry Tempest Williams

Sunday, May 18, 2014 3:00 – 5:00 PM One Wheelock – Basement of Collis Dartmouth College, Hannover, NH

Tim DeChristopher, known as “Bidder 70” for bidding up illegal oil and gas leases in Utah and then, being arrested and sentenced to two years in a federal prison which he served — is coming to Dartmouth! […]

The April 2014 Edition of Green Energy Times is now Available Online

You can now view the full version of our current issue of Green Energy Times from the ‘Current & Past Issues’ Quick Link here in the left side of this page.

There is a lot of exciting information in this issue, like where to find Solar Installers in your area, Green Builders, Building Efficiency and […]

Three Vermonters Recognized as Renewable Energy Leaders at Annual Conference

Burlington, VT — Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) recognized three Vermonters for their outstanding efforts in the renewable energy sector this year at Renewable Energy 2013: Community Solutions for Vermont, an annual gathering of renewable energy business leaders, State and local officials, and environmental organizations.

This year’s awardees included:

Renewable Energy Legislative Award: Senator David Zuckerman […]

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. […]

Tokelau needs our help taking on Fossil Fuels and Global Warming


Malo ni! My name is Mikaele Maiava. I’m writing from the Pacific Island archipelago of Tokelau to ask you to join with us in action as we take on the fossil fuel industry.

Last October, Tokelau turned off the last of its diesel generators. In their place, we […]