Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

David Blittersdorf’s View from the Top

Picking Up the Pace to Reach 20% Renewables by 2020 – Part Two

Vermont’s current statewide comprehensive energy plan calls for 90% of our total energy to come from renewable energy sources by the year 2050. At the Renewable Energy Vermont conference in Burlington last October, REV leadership publicly announced the need for immediate progress […]

Why Four Scientists are All Wrong

A note on the news of November 4

By George Harvey

Four environmental scientists got a lot of press today, after they called on green groups to back development of ‘safe’ nuclear reactors. The reason they did this is that they believe we cannot rely on solar and wind to do the job.

I believe […]

Emerging Frontiers in Bioenergy

Oilseeds, Grass & Algae Each Hold a Place in Vermont’s Renewable Energy Future

By Sarah Galbraith, program manager of the Vermont Bioenergy Initiative

Algae incubation lab at UVM courtesy General Systems Research

The term “bioenergy” refers to renewable energy fuels and feedstocks derived from biological sources and the power resulting from their use. […]

Webinar: Waste Gas to Vehicle Fuel

Converting Biogas into Vehicle Fuel

Event Date: Thu, Sep 5, 2013 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

Join us for a free one-hour webinar that will describe how municipalities and commercial enterprises around the world are converting biogas from wastewater treatment plants, landfills and organic waste into fuel for their light-duty and heavy-duty CNG fleets.