Living in Vermont, we spend a lot of time getting from Point A to Point B. How we do that matters. The worst choice, from an emissions standpoint, is driving alone in a fossil fueled car. At the other end of the spectrum is making that trip in an electric vehicle (particularly when it's powered by our increasingly renewable electric supply). Best of all? Take a bike!

We are excited to announce the first event in our Leveraging Change Speaker Series coming up next Thursday, November 15th at Down Home Kitchen in Montpelier. Read on for more details about this exciting kickoff event or just register here

We are now accepting nominations for the 2018 Anne and Arthur Berndt Award. The award will be presented at our second Speaker Series event on December 20th. Click here to read more about the criteria and submit a nomination.
EAN Member Energy Futures Group recently released a paper on the Statewide Total Energy Program (STEP), or Tier 3. It’s a valuable overview of a key Vermont energy policy, and contains important analysis of the impacts of this program on electric rates and emissions. If you haven’t already taken a look, you can find the paper at EFG’s website.

Total Energy News – November 2018Read more …

VTDigger

A Montreal company that makes solar canopies plans to open a Burlington office with employees hired in Vermont.

The 8-year-old iSun Energy chose Burlington over Plattsburgh, New York, and Boston because the state promotes renewable energy and its politicians are accessible and collaborative, said CEO Sass Peress.

iSun will start renting a spot in a

VTDigger: Montreal solar company to open Vermont office – by Anne Wallace AllenRead more …

Electric Bus - Energy Action Network is kicking off our Leveraging Change Speaker Series with a conversation about the prospects of expanding the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) to cover transportation related emissions. Currently, RGGI only covers emissions from the electric generation sector. Given that in Vermont, 43% of our emissions come from transportation, reducing these emissions is a critical piece of meeting our energy and emissions commitments.

Energy Action Network is kicking off our Leveraging Change Speaker Series with a conversation about the prospects of expanding the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) to cover transportation related emissions. Currently, RGGI only covers emissions from the electric generation sector. Given that in Vermont, 43% of our emissions come from transportation, reducing these emissions

A Conversation about the Transportation & Climate Initiative (November 15)Read more …

Contact EAN

  • Jared Duval

    Jared Duval

    Executive Director
    802‑829‑7421   jduval@eanvt.org
  • Carolyn Wesley

    Carolyn Wesley

    Network Manager
    802-734-0046   cwesley@eanvt.org
  • Pamela Hathaway

    Pamela Hathaway

    Energy Research Analyst
    802-498-5050    phathaway@eanvt.org
  • Robert Fish

    Rob Fish

    Energy Dashboard Manager
    802‑383‑8527   rfish@eanvt.org
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