Congress: Don’t let the dirty energy industry kill vital wind power incentives
By Senator Rob Hogg, with Climate Parents Portland, Oregon
Sign The Petition
Unless we act now, vital funding for clean wind power could disappear on December 31. The Koch brothers and dirty energy companies have been lobbying our elected officials to kill […]
Funding for municipal teams to travel to AUNE, EPA event
Northeast Climate Change Preparedness Conference is offering travel grants to teams from New Hampshire municipalities attending the conference, thanks to a grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.
Travel grants up to $375 will be awarded, with preference given to teams with at least one […]
Last Chance to Register
The 6th Annual Vermont Community Energy & Climate Action Conference is this Saturday, December 7, from 8:30 a.m – 4:30 p.m at the Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, VT.
Online registration closes soon. Avoid long lines Saturday morning!
Cost for the day is $40 and includes a largely local […]
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 […]
Lower taxes, better maintained roads and bridges, and a new source of revenue for the Vermont State budget will be the focus at the New Economy Night on Sunday, October 13th in Enosburg. The presentations and subsequent discussion will focus on how a Vermont State Bank can make these things possible. The event will take […]
Renewable Energy Vermont response to Vermont Electric Co-op Tariff Filing
“The Vermont Electric Co-op proposal regarding net-metering drastically under-values the full benefits of renewable net metering, including its recent role in deferring one transmission upgrade representing a savings of $250 million to all Vermonters. By valuing net metering substantially below retail rates, this proposal is […]
Vermont Clean Energy Development Fund, Vermont Public Service Department
September 9, 2013
The Vermont Public Service Department’s Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF) seeks the services of a qualified contractor or group interested in researching, analyzing and working with the Clean Energy Development Fund leading to the publication of the Vermont Clean Energy Industry […]
Capping net metering below 1% utility demand undermines popular program
Montpelier, VT — Renewable Energy Vermont Executive Director Gabrielle Stebbons issued the following statement after Washington Electric Co-op’s decision to limit net metering:
“The recent announcement by Washington Electric Co-op to limit net metering to 5kW systems– smaller than what is required the average Vermont […]
Saturday, August 10th, 11am Prospect St. Boat Launch Hindsdale, NH
Calling all kayakers, canoers, anglers and lovers of the water! Our river needs you! Join us on Saturday, August 10th at 11am for Flotilla 2013.
The Entergy Corporation continues to pollute the Connecticut River by dumping tens of thousands of gallons of heated water […]
REPORT: Small Business Impacts from Climate Change, Extreme Weather
The “Engine of U.S. Jobs” – Employing 60 Million Americans – Faces Major Challenges and Need for Increased Resilience; Report Examines Case Studies in Following Sectors: Retail, Tourism, Landscape Architecture, Agriculture, Roofing, and Small-Scale Manufacturing.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – July 25, 2013 – U.S. small businesses – […]