Attorney General, Tax Commissioner to Warn Vermonters of Tax Scams Public Officials Warn Vermonters: “Don’t Be April Fooled” as Tax Filing Date Nears
On Monday, April 2, 2018, Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan and Tax Commissioner Kaj Samsom will release the latest information about tax scams in Vermont. The purpose of the news conference is […]
Home Battery Storage Owners Can Reduce Energy Costs for All Customers Through GMP’s “BYOD” Program Green Mountain Power (GMP) has announced a new program to partner with customers to reduce costs during high energy use times. During peak times such as cold winter nights, GMP will share access with customers’ home or business battery storage […]
The deadline is March 31 for residents in 11 Vermont and New Hampshire towns to sign up to participate in Weatherize Upper Valley. The Vital Communities program encourages homeowners to invest in energy efficiency projects by offering free or discounted home energy assessments and chances to win cash prizes.
Residents in Orford, Piermont, Lyme, Lebanon, […]
Note from Nancy Rae Mallery, publisher of Green Energy Times: “Green Energy Times finds the following news to be very disturbing. This is a huge loss of support to our state, and the future which we have been working so very hard to achieve. This is not the time to be going backwards or standing […]
Vermonters want us to do our part to combat climate change – but our current solar program has Vermont taking a big step in the wrong direction. In January 2017, the Public Utilities Commission changed the statewide solar program (net metering). Under the first year of the program the amount of solar permitted dropped […]
Design & Installation of High Performance Pellet Boiler Systems
A full-day “deep dive” into the technical design of biomass boiler systems will take place on April 3, 2018 at Vermont Technical College in Center Randolph, VT.
This training will be presented by Jeff Rubin of Sustainable Heating Outreach & Education, and John Siegenthaler, […]
Six years ago, Vermont became the first state in the nation to ban fracking for fossil fuels. I was proud to help lead the fight for that fracking ban and it’s been great to see other states follow suit in the years since.1
Now we’re taking on the fossil fuel industry again. And this […]
Gov. Phil Scott doesn’t support the ESSEX Plan to reduce electricity costs and put more money in Vermonters’ pockets. And despite the fact that the plan has the support of business leaders, low income advocates, and environmentalists, he doesn’t want to learn about it either.
That’s willful ignorance, and Vermonters deserve better.
On Monday (January 22, 2018) a panel discussion on Vermont’s energy future will be happening at the Chelsea School Library (6 School Street, Chelsea) at 7:00 PM. Sponsored by some town energy committees, it is open to residents of Orange County and neighboring towns.
Representatives Bob Frenier and Rodney Graham, and Senator Mark MacDonald have […]
Workforce development critical to sustain local food economy
2017 Farm to Plate Annual Report shows successful implementation of Vermont’s food system plan has created need for more farm and food workers to meet food business expansion goals due to increased consumer demand
Montpelier, Vt. – Representatives of the Vermont Farm to Plate Network […]