Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are on the rise statewide. We are now 16% above 1990 levels, and just 2% below peak 2005 levels. Between 2013-2015, emissions from transportation and thermal fuels together accounted for nearly 80% of Vermont’s overall emissions increase.

Our two biggest sources of emissions are transportation and thermal energy use

Vermont’s greenhouse gas emissions have been increasingRead more …

Tuesday, July 9th – 5:00-7:00pm
Queen City Brewery, 703 Pine St, Burlington, VT

For our first Leveraging Change Speaker Series of the summer, we will look at the latest analysis from VEIC on Vermont’s energy burden: how much Vermonters are spending on energy costs relative to their income. Join EAN in conversation with Kelly

Vermont’s Energy Burden: A Conversation with Kelly LucciRead more …

The story of Vermont in two graphs:
Relative to other states, Vermont has low per capita energy-related carbon emissions, as you can see on the top graph. We are one of only six states with carbon emissions below 10 tons/person (note: accounting for all GHG emissions, we’re closer to 16 tons as

VT has relatively low per-capita carbon emissions, but those emissions are on the riseRead more …

Contact EAN

  • Jared Duval

    Jared Duval

    Executive Director
    802‑829‑7421   jduval@eanvt.org
  • Robert Fish

    Rob Fish

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

    Carolyn Wesley

    Network Manager
    802‑734‑0046   cwesley@eanvt.org
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