Vermont’s clean and green reputation is alive and well. Yes, Vermont is the Green Mountain State, but it is also a leader in clean-energy initiatives that boosts the other “green” — our economy. The current statewide pledge of 90 percent renewable energy by 2050 is an important initiative to keep Vermont green
VT Digger Editor’s note: Deb Markowitz served as Vermont’s secretary of state from 1999-2011, and as secretary of the Agency of Natural Resources from 2011-2017. She now works as the director of policy at the University of Vermont’s Gund Institute of Environment.
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by Patricia Moulton, President of Vermont Technical College Vermont’s clean and “green” reputation is alive and well. Yes, Vermont is the Green Mountain State, but it is also a leader in clean energy initiatives that boosts the other “green”- our economy. The current statewide pledge of 90 percent renewable energy by 2050 is
Reposted from the Efficiency Vermont Blog -Vermont is a small state with big goals. The Comprehensive Energy Plan calls for Vermont to achieve 90 percent renewable energy by 2050, and the state has committed to greenhouse gas emissions reductions of at least 26-28% below 2005 levels by 2025—just six years away! Energy Action Network’s (EAN)
I hope you’ve all seen the new EAN 2018 Annual Progress Report, which was released last week. See below for a snippet from the report and visit our website to download the full report, read the recent media coverage, and learn more about the highlights. Interested in sharing a presentation of the report’s results for your