As a Network that strives to achieve collaborative progress towards our renewable energy and emissions commitments, EAN engages on social media to facilitate informed conversation about Vermont’s renewable energy and climate landscape. These platforms help us share educational materials, research and analysis, news and updates from the Network, and upcoming events. And
Greater focus on research to help meet Vermont’s energy & climate commitments as Lunderville joins board
The Energy Action Network (EAN) today announced the addition of four Board Members and the creation of a new Fellows program to help expand research and analysis on meeting Vermont’s total energy and emissions reduction commitments. In
As of the end of 2018, Vermont is one of ten US states and two Canadian provinces that participate in a decarbonization program. But the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) that Vermont participates in currently only covers a small percentage of our total emissions. See how we stack up.
Vermont, New York, and
When looking at each sector, it’s clear that electricity is the most renewable, at 63%. However, the electric sector only makes up 14% of Vermont’s total energy use. Transportation and thermal combined make up 86% of our energy use and are only 5% and 19% renewable, respectively
Join us to celebrate spring and learn more about how you can make a difference!
Every day is Earth Day, and we need to act now on climate change. That’s the idea behind the Earth Day Every Day Fair GMP is hosting on Saturday, April 13th. GMP is bringing people together for fun