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TWO WEEKS left – 10th Annual Upper Valley Energy Committee Roundtable Wed. May 17

10th Annual Upper Valley Energy Committee Roundtable

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 | 5-8 pm Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich Porter Community Room

This Year’s Agenda:

5 pm – Dinner – Reconnect with old friends from energy committees across our region 5:30 pm – Traditional Roundtable Updates from all Energy Committees and […]

VECAN Conference

Greetings to Vermont’s Climate Action and Clean Energy Enthusiasts!

If it’s not on your calendar – or you haven’t already registered for VECAN’s 8th Annual Community Energy and Climate Action Conference, register now! This is an event you don’t want to miss, and it takes place this coming Saturday! The day offers many inspiring, informative […]

ENERGY EFFICIENCY:

A Powerful Action Against Climate Change

By Fran Putnam

CLIMATE CHANGE has been a topic I could not bear to think about for many years. The enormity of the problem had me paralyzed with despair. When I became a grandmother in 2006, I realized that the bright future I envision for my grandchildren is seriously […]

Upper Valley Energy Committee Roundtable Invitation & Registration

Upper Valley Energy Committees, Town Officials, Energy Providers and Interested Residents,

You are invited to attend the annual Upper Valley Energy Committee Roundtable to take place Wednesday, April 30, 5:30 – 8:30pm at the Bugbee Senior Center in White River Jct. The Roundtable is free and a light buffet dinner will be provided. If you […]

Solarize Norwich Launches New Campaign for 2014!

Through the two successful Solarize Norwich campaigns in 2012 and 2013, total residential solar in Norwich has grown from about 143 kW to 267 kW — close to doubling! How about topping 400 kW in 2014?

The Norwich Energy Committee launches 2014 Solarize Norwich on Wednesday, February 12, with an information session for town residents […]

Will Nuclear Plants Withstand Quakes and Floods?

Repost from New York Times 5/30/12

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission should consider requiring nuclear power plants to analyze their vulnerability to natural hazards like earthquakes by using the same advanced tools that the industry uses to understand the risks from mechanical accidents, a new report from the Government Accountability Office argues.

A string of natural […]