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REV Webinars: Solar Recycling and Thermal Network

REV is hosting two upcoming webinars on solar panel recycling and thermal networks. See the webinar descriptions below for more information and to register to attend. Both webinars will be recorded so contact Jonathan Dowds ( if you are unable to attend but would like to view the recording when it is available.

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REV2023 Conference RFP is Live!

Save the date & submit your RFP!

The 2023 REV Conference will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, October 18 & 19 in Burlington, VT.

Want to be a part of the largest gathering of its kind in the region? Take a moment to review the RFP guidelines and submit […]

Rally for Climate & Energy Justice!

Vermont policymakers need to hear that climate change is a top priority! Join us at the March & Rally for Climate + Energy Justice this Saturday, February 11 at 1:00 pm in Montpelier to make your voice heard.

Organized by 350 Vermont and co-sponsored by REV and more than 30 organizations committed to fighting […]

The Inflation Reduction Act Just Shattered the Ceiling for Clean Energy in Vermont

op-ed by Peter Sterling

Incredibly and finally, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has begun the shift to a clean energy America. For the first time ever, the massive resources of the U.S. Government will be mobilized to move our country off of climate change causing fossil fuels and onto renewable energy sources like wind, […]

ONLY 10 Days Left to Submit Your Speaking Proposal for REV2022!

Interested in speaking at the largest comprehensive renewable energy event in New England? NOW is the time to submit your speaking proposals for REV2022! The deadline for submissions is Monday, May 2nd at 11:59 pm EST. There is some guidance in the submission form for what we are preliminarily looking for, but please do limit […]

The Green Mountain State’s Electricity Isn’t So Green

Since wind and solar output tend to peak at night and day respectively, they are highly complementary clean energy resources. (Photo:

Peter Sterling

Vermont’s electric sector is estimated to contribute only 2% of our climate-change-causing greenhouse gas emissions- seemingly insignificant compared to the whopping 74% of emissions coming from our […]

Comment on the Draft Comprehensive Energy Plan

Public comments on Vermont’s draft Comprehensive Energy Plan may be made until December 20, 2021.

From Renewable Energy Vermont:

The Vermont Department of Public Service has released its draft Comprehensive Energy Plan to guide the State of Vermont’s energy policy for the next five years. While the draft Plan has some notable high points such […]

REV2021 Virtual Conference: REV it Up! Climate Action, Equity and Resilience

October 18-19 and October 26, Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) will host its 21st Annual Conference, a two-part, virtual event. “Thought leaders,” advocates, entrepreneurs, elected officials, state agency heads and regulators, will convene virtually for in depth discussions on this year’s theme, REV It Up: Climate Action, Equity and Resilience. Each session features opportunities for networking, […]

Renewable Energy Vermont Welcomes Peter Sterling as Interim Executive Director

Peter Sterling joined Renewable Energy Vermont as Interim Executive Director this week. Over his career, Peter has established himself as an effective advocate on a range of issues including access to affordable health care, protection of our natural resources, and promoting economic justice.“There has never been a more urgent moment in the fight against […]

INVITE: New Storage BYOD Opportunity – June 11 @ 11:30

VEC Energy Storage BYOD Program

Webinar: Friday, June 11 @ 11:30 – 12:30 pm

Partnering with GMP on a pioneering BYOD program, REV dramatically expanded energy storage opportunities in Vermont. Following that successful example, VEC will now launch a similar BYOD program, expanding again the market for resilient battery storage and lowering costs.

Join VEC […]