Clean Energy Report Identifies Continued Growth Through 2019 State cautions COVID-19 will have an impact for 2020 Montpelier, Vermont – The Vermont Public Service Department (PSD) announces the release of the 2020 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report, the seventh annual report describing the status and characteristics of Vermont’s clean energy industry. With pre-COVID total […]
Saturday July 25 & Sunday July 26 Advance registration is required! This weekend we are thrilled to offer live, captivating workshops; online as part of our Virtual SolarFest. These 60-minute sessions feature the latest, up-to-date information and interactive Q&A with top experts in their fields: Sat. 7/25 @ 12:00 pm: Is NOW the time for […]
The Rutland County Solid Waste District, Solid Waste Alliance Communities and 350 Rutland County are pleased to announce the roll out of the Community Food Scrap Share Program. This spring, over 285 people participated in our Composting 101 Workshops. As an offshoot of this educational project, we have created a community share platform after identifying […]
Online July 25th & 26th
Beginning at noon on both Saturday, July 25th and Sunday July 26th, SolarFest is continuing a tradition in a completely new way with online music workshops and presentations.
“While the pandemic prevented us from gathering in person this year,” according to SolarFest President Bill Laberge, “we are privileged to […]
Time for some SolarFest fun!Sat. July 25 & Sun. July 26 The need for SolarFest has never been greater— that’s why we’re doing it for FREE —
Be part of the best workshops — live via Zoom:
Perennial Favorite: Renewables 101: Solar & Storage (Bill & Danielle Laberge) Multi-state experts: Is now the […]
Some of the Upper Valley residents who made the trip to Concord for the PUC hearing on Sept 7, 2017, gathered in the hallway outside of the hearing room during a break
Dear Pipeline Activists,
In the same week that we’re absorbing the great news about the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and […]
16 of Vermont’s 17 utilities now offer electric mower incentives, including REV members GMP, BED and WEC. Mowing is often overlooked as a source of air pollution, but mowing for an hour can generate as much greenhouse gas emissions as driving 300 miles (source). Find out more about mower incentives and electric lawn mowing […]
Dear neighbors, So much is happening at CSWD! I am not sure where to start. Facilities are reopening, more materials are being accepted, and the July 1st food scrap ban is almost upon us. I’ll focus on the food scrap ban here. But please, keep reading to catch up on the latest in reopenings […]
Vermont Senate Votes to Approve Critical Climate Bill *Update, 6/26: Final reading vote on 6/26 was 23-5 in favor of GWSA.
A coalition of business and environmental organizations released the following statement today after the Vermont Senate overwhelmingly voted to approve the Global Warming Solutions Act.
The groups commend President Pro Tem Tim Ashe, […]