Energy Action Network (EAN) works to achieve Vermont’s 90% renewable by 2050 total energy commitment and to significantly reduce Vermont’s greenhouse gas emissions in ways that create a more just, thriving, and sustainable future for Vermonters.
2018 Annual Progress Report: The Benefits of Achieving Vermont's Energy and Emissions Commitments
Though some may talk about transportation, thermal, and electricity as equal parts of Total Energy, each energy sector is unique in Vermont
What would it take to meet our Paris commitment? EAN has modeled one path for how Vermont could achieve our Paris Climate Agreement commitment based on currently available energy technologies and proven best practices.
The Vermont Energy Dashboard is Vermont’s go-to resource to help towns, businesses, and individuals take action to help us meet our 90% renewable by 2050. (Click to Read More)
The Leveraging Change Speaker Series is an EAN member event that aims to bring in speakers from New England and across the country to advance understanding of emerging opportunities. (Click to Read More)
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Vermont is way behind its goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, particularly in the transportation sector. The state needs to add 90,000 electric vehicles by 2025 as part...
Existing policy not enough to meet Vermont’s energy and emissions commitments, report says Vermonters stand to benefit from renewable heat, electric vehicles A new Progress Report released today by En...