Based on criteria laid out in Governor Scott’s executive order and on “demonstrated ability to improve the Vermont economy, increase Vermont’s share of renewable energy, and decrease Vermont’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions,” thirteen submissions were selected by EAN to be presented at the  Vermont Climate and Energy Summit (Nov. 8) at Champlain College, co-hosted by the Energy Action Network and the Vermont Climate Pledge Coalition. The Coalition was launched by Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger and Governor Scott earlier this year to underscore Vermont’s commitment to reaching the Paris Climate Agreement targets of reducing GHG by 26-28% by 2025 (from 2005 levels).

The Energy Action Network (EAN), consisting of over two hundred Vermont businesses and organizations working together to help Vermont meet its energy efficiency and renewable energy goals, today shared with the Vermont Climate Action Commission and Vermont legislative leaders nearly fifty energy and climate policy ideas. Over the past two months, EAN

Energy Action Network Shares Nearly 50 Policy Proposals with Gov. Scott’s Climate Action Commission, LegislatureRead more …

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