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New Vermont Electric Vehicle Incentives

Based on a press release from Burlington Electric Department

On October 3, Vermont utility representatives from Burlington Electric Department (BED), Green Mountain Power (GMP), Stowe Electric Department, Vermont Electric Cooperative, Washington Electric Cooperative, and Drive Electric Vermont, along with Governor Phil Scott and Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger, announced that new electric vehicle (EV) […]

Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant (CPHD/C) Training: Scholarships Available

$500 SCHOLARSHIP available to the first 10 participants courtesy of our sponsor, Green Mountain Power

DATE: Mon, Nov 13 – Fri, Nov 17, 2017 9 am – 5 pm

LOCATION: Green Mountain Power, Montpelier, VT

NAPHN’s Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant course is the premier training program for low-energy, net zero and […]

Renewable Energy Innovators, Changemakers Recognized at REV2017

Earlier in October the 17th Annual Renewable Energy Vermont Conference & Expo, REV2017, brought together 505 attendees, including 28 government officials from across New England and Quebec to focus on “Renewables For All”. Recognizing entrepreneur, citizen, and renewable energy champions and innovators for their outstanding contributions toward securing our sustainable energy future, Renewable Energy Vermont […]

Media Alert: Application deadline approaches for CSWD Recycling Market Development grant program

Two weeks remain to apply for grant funds from the Chittenden Solid Waste District. Williston, VT — The deadline for applications in CSWD’s Recycling Market Development Grant Program is approaching: Applications are due to CSWD by 2pm on Tuesday, October 31st. The Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD) launched this new grant program to encourage […]

Save the Date: November 11 – Vermont Crossroads Conference

If I told you that VPIRG was teaming up with groups as varied as the ACLU, Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, the Vermont NEA, Rights & Democracy, Main Street Alliance, Toxics Action Center, Justice For All and the Vermont Natural Resources Council to a host conference together you might say, “that’s out of […]

Vital Communities: Energy Efficiency Breakfast for Businesses

Join Vital Communities on Wednesday, October 11, 7:30-9:30 am for the Business Networking Breakfast for Energy Efficiency at AVA Gallery in Lebanon. Vital Communities is partnering with Lebanon Chamber of Commerce and NH Saves to host this free breakfast for New Hampshire businesses seeking to learn about incentives and financing for energy efficiency upgrades. Learn […]

Utilities, Governor, Mayor Announce New Electric Vehicle Incentives for Low- and Moderate-Income Vermonters

Roll Out General Motors Employee Pricing on Bolt and Volt from Shearer Chevrolet;

Celebrate Continued Success of Leaf Promotion from Freedom Nissan Burlington, VT – Vermont utility representatives from Burlington Electric Department (BED), Green Mountain Power (GMP), Stowe Electric Department (SED), Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC), Washington Electric Cooperative (WEC), and Drive Electric Vermont […]

Day 2: Renewable Energy Vermont’s 17th Annual Conference & Expo Builds Cross-Border Partnerships, Honors Leaders, Hosts Governor

REV2017, northern New England’s premier event exploring clean energy innovation and climate solutions concludes Tuesday, October 3rd at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in South Burlington, VT. Nearly 500 energy innovators, environmental advocates, facility managers, policymakers, and community leaders gathered on the first day of the 17th annual conference hosted by Renewable Energy Vermont […]

Energy entrepreneur hopes to bring commuter rail to Vermont

Carbon tax number one at climate hearing

(This story by by Cherise Madigan was posted Sunday in the Bennington Banner.)

Dr. Alan Betts, of Atmospheric Research in Pittsford, speaks at the Governor’s Climate Action Commission’s public hearing at Burr and Burton on Thursday. Photo by Cherise Madigan/Bennington Banner

MANCHESTER — The implementation of a carbon tax was the No. 1 request […]