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At the VECAN Conference: a Morning Workshop

Land Use, Transportation, and Housing for Low Carbon Communities

Solar-Power-at-Scott-Farm-in-Dummerston, Vermont. Wikimedia Commons.

This workshop will be given by Kate McCarthy of the Vermont Natural Resources Council, Deb Sachs of EcoStrategies, and Eileen Peltier of Downstreet Housing

Smart growth approaches to land use are a cornerstone to decarbonizing our communities. At the center of […]

At the VECAN Conference: an Afternoon Workshop

Communicating Beyond the Choir: Persuading Policy Makers and More People to Act

People’s Climate March 2014 (Wikimedia Commons)

This workshop will be presented by Michael Shank, Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance / Urban Sustainability Directors Network.

Want to learn to make the choir sing but also dramatically expand the chorus on climate action? Want tested […]

At the VECAN Conference: a Morning Workshop

Harnessing the Power of Digital Tools to Advance Climate and Energy Goals

Pollution (When this image was new, a Google search I did on it guessed it was Donald Trump. – GHH)

Presented by Bob Farnham, Bob the Green Guy; Rob Fish, Energy Action Network; and Ian Hitchcock, Vermont Natural Resources Council

At this […]

At the VECAN Conference: an Afternoon Workshop

Beneficial Electrification: A Key Decarbonization Strategy

There will be seven afternoon workshops. This one will be presented by Jeff Monder, Green Mountain Power; Anne Margolis, Vermont Public Service Department; and Jock Gill, Peacham Energy Committee, and low-carbon lifestyle homeowner

Georgia Mountain wind farm (georgiamountain.com)

Beneficial electrification (or strategic electrification) is a term for replacing […]

Virginia’s new energy plan holds promise: Here are seven steps for success

By Mary Shoemaker, State Policy Analyst

Governor Ralph Northam’s new 2018 Virginia Energy Plan (VEP), released earlier this month, rounds out a busy year for clean energy policy in Virginia. It contains policy and program recommendations that will, if thoroughly implemented, deepen energy savings and expand clean energy in the Commonwealth. It proposes that the […]

Dartmouth Revers Center for Energy: Energy 101: Fundamentals of Power and Gas

The Revers Center for Energy will host a one-day seminar on Tuesday, September 11, 2018, entitled, “Overview of the Energy Industry”. This intensive, introductoryenergy 101 workshop is ideal for students exploring the energy industry and complements other classroom and experiential learning opportunities at Tuck. There is limited space for 25 students. The workshop will cover: […]

A Real Home-Grown, High-Performance Door

Gryphon Doors – keep your home warm and tight with mycelium

Gryphon Door in Charlotte, VT. Photo: Ben Graham

By Ben Graham

At the beginning of the last energy efficiency revolution that brought about Passive House, Living Building Challenge, Net Zero and Vermont High Performance Homes, it was widely reported that windows and doors […]

Energy Plan in Hartford

Dartmouth Sustainability Solutions Café: Shaping Energy Transitions

Please join us for the next Sustainability Solutions Café!

Elizabeth Wilson – Director, Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society and Professor of Environmental Studies

“Shaping Energy Transitions”

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

5:00 – 6:00 pm

Kemeny 007

Changing energy systems requires shifts in technologies, […]

Central NH Energy Expo Will Be Held April 7th, 2018

Dunbarton, New Hampshire‐The Dunbarton Energy Committee, Bow Energy Club, and Community Dunbarton are sponsoring the 4th Annual Central NH Energy Expo. According to John Stevens, Chairman of the Dunbarton Energy Committee, “We have purposely timed this event after we have survived the colder weather and before we forget it. We’re reaching out to our neighbors […]