By Elizabeth Gribkoff.  Link to original story

Vermont is falling short of its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and generate renewable energy, according to the Energy Action Network.

The group said in its annual report released Tuesday that only 20 percent of the energy consumed in Vermont is from renewable sources, even though 43 percent of

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EAN is convening a diverse, multi-sector initiative to develop and advance high-impact ideas that can make significant progress towards meeting Vermont’s 2025 total energy & climate goals while creating an equitable, thriving, and sustainable Vermont.

As our Annual Report clearly shows, Vermont has made great progress in making our electric sector more renewable

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Kathryn Threkeld – Link to the Original Article

Energy Action Network’s recent report states that Vermont will fall short of its renewable energy targets if we continue with the status quo, but that opportunities to grow the state’s economy are waiting in the challenges of meeting those targets. If “business as usual” prevails, the

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In case you missed it, we released our Annual Report last month! You can read the highlights, and download the report, at www.eanvt.org/2017annualreport. You can also see the coverage of the report at VTDigger, WDEV, and SevenDays.
You can also learn more at an upcoming webinar, co-hosted by EAN and the Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network (VECAN) next Wednesday, July 18th at 6pm. Learn more and register here.

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