EAN 2022 Annual Progress Report for Vermont on Emissions, Energy, Equity, and the Economy is available now.
Where does Vermont stand on its climate progress?
A much higher percentage of GHG emissions in Vermont come from the transportation and thermal sectors than is true for the US as a whole.
These are the GHG reductions that would be achieved by adopting technologies at the scale and pace modeled for meeting the Climate Action Plan.
Energy use, GHG emissions, and Energy Expenditures in VT energy sectors
Fueling electric vehicles is less expensive and less price volatile than gasoline or diesel vehicles.
Each year, EAN’s Annual Progress Report for Vermont provides an in-depth analysis of where Vermont stands relative to its climate commitments and energy goals.
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Report Press Release September 2022
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