With the superstorms, mass flooding, and wildfires of the last couple of months, it should be hard to find someone who is still a climate change denier; nevertheless, there still is hesitancy from some Vermont government leaders to adequately address climate change. At this moment, Vermont’s Climate Council is in the process of developing […]
350.orgVT and the VT Renews Coalition will host a meeting on Saturday, September 11 from 10am-noon at the Outdoor Classroom at Thetford Academy.
This fall, the State of Vermont is developing the plan for how we address the climate crisis and what our energy future will look like. This may be our best opportunity to […]
Green Mountain Power (GMP) announced it is extending its popular rebates on electric vehicles (EVs), electric motorcycles, heat pumps, geothermal heating systems, and electric yard care equipment through Dec. 31, 2021. The rebates, which were set to expire at the end of August, have already enabled more than 3,000 customers to save money this year […]
Where? Washington Electric Co-op, WEC Area
WEC’s Project Powershift initiative to include electric vehicle chargers enabled to charge your car when energy costs are lowest and powered by the cleanest sources. Members with electric cars can receive a new level 2 EV charger for their home.
What is Project PowerShift? When peak electricity demand is […]
A Vermont dairy farm, a Vermont utility, a Vermont college, and national energy innovators working together for the environment.
The largest anaerobic digester in the Northeast began full-scale production of renewable natural gas (RNG) this month at the Goodrich Farm in Salisbury, VT. (Glenn Russell/VTDigger)
The largest anaerobic digester in […]
Eastside solar panels consisting of 644 430-watt modules that cover the entire roof. (Images: EJay Bishop, Woodstock Union Arena Community Center)
The Union Arena Community Center (www.Unionarena.org) in Woodstock, VT might be the first ice arena renovation in North America to reach net zero. The arena is the culmination […]
Larry Plesent and his Chevy Bolt. (Courtesy photo)
It’s been 18 months since I drove my all electric 2020 Chevy Bolt off the lot two icy January’s ago. Here at last, a “seasoned” electric car driver punctures the myths and reveals the downsides of affordable electric commuting cars.
VW Settlement Grant Through State of Vermont Covers Most of the Cost, Major Step Toward Going Fossil-Fuel Free for Field Operations Fleet
Green Mountain Power (GMP) will replace two heavy-duty fossil-fuel field operations trucks with two all-electric trucks manufactured by Lion Electric in 2022 – a fully outfitted bucket truck for line crews […]
Power Guru & Sage St Mill A Sustainability Demo Hub for Innovation Bennington-based Power Guru and Sage Street Mill, a site location for a 40kW rooftop array but more importantly, an innovation hub for small businesses with a commitment to sustainability and green energy, have formed a collaborative partnership for solar education. Power Guru […]
It’s Time For All Of Us To Speak Out
To Demand An Accurate Accounting Of Our GHG Emissions
The Global Warming Solutions Act, passed last year, requires the Vermont Climate Council (VCC) to create a Climate Action Plan that will reduce Vermont’s greenhouse gas emissions to specific levels by three […]