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The Vermont Department of Health reports strong evidence for the positive impact of home weatherization on general health, productivity, social health, and upper respiratory health. They estimate that the 10-year benefit of weatherization, in health and fuel savings, is nearly three times greater than the initial investment per household.

Further, a 2016

Saving Energy Saves Money & LivesRead more …

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 …

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
  • Carolyn Wesley

    Carolyn Wesley

    Network Manager
    802-734-0046   cwesley@eanvt.org
  • Pamela Hathaway

    Pamela Hathaway

    Energy Research Analyst
    802-498-5050    phathaway@eanvt.org
  • Robert Fish

    Rob Fish

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