Join us for our 2019 Network Summit on September 26th at Champlain College in Burlington, VT. Check back soon for more details on the event
Montpelier, VT — The Energy Action Network (EAN) today released a major new report summarizing what Vermont can learn from the “Cap and Invest” approach that has been successfully used by Quebec, California, and nine northeastern states to reduce climate pollution while helping to grow local economies.
“One thing is clear: If Vermont
Tuesday, May 14th – 5:00-7:00pm
**NECI on Main – the Basement, 118 Main St, Montpelier**
**Note the new location! Due to a conflict at Down Home, we have moved to NECI for this event!**
Up next for the Leveraging Change Speaker Series: a conversation about how strategic investments in clean energy can transform the New England economy and transition us away from fossil fuels. We’ll be hearing from Phil Huffman (The Nature Conservancy) and EAN Board Member Christine Donovan (VEIC) about their recent report with Coastal Enterprises, Inc., “Advancing Clean Energy Investment in Northern New England.” They’ll discuss the context for the report and how some of the key recommendations may move forward in our region.
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
Thanks to those of you who joined us (in person or virtually) for our first co-hosted event with VTDigger on Tuesday night: “The Road to the Future: Transportation in Vermont.” If you weren’t able to make it, you can find the recording of the full event here and see VTDigger’s write-up here.
If you’re craving