Thursday, March 28 – 4:00-6:00pm

Down Home Kitchen, 100 Main St, Montpelier

Join us for the conversation at 4pm followed by a happy hour from 5:15 to 6:00.

Next up for the Leveraging Change Speaker Series: a conversation about how to prioritize equity in the design of economy-wide decarbonization policies. We welcome back our neighbors to the north to discuss how they designed Quebec’s participation in the Western Climate Initiative (WCI) to prioritize equity–including income, geography, and more.

Equity in Policy Design: A Conversation with Stéphane Legros and Karen GlitmanRead more …

2018 Annual Progress Report - 90% by 2050 -The Benefits of Achieving Vermont's Energy Goals

Existing policy not enough to meet Vermont’s energy and emissions commitments, report says
Vermonters stand to benefit from renewable heat, electric vehicles
A new Progress Report released today by Energy Action Network (EAN) highlights how meeting Vermont’s energy and emissions commitments will require state action far beyond what is already occurring, with major benefits

Press Release: EAN 2018 Annual Progress Report PublishedRead more …

Percent of emissions covered by decarbonization program 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 Massachusetts participate in RGGI. California and Québec are members of the Western Climate Initiative (WCI), a cap and invest program. British Columbia has a province-wide carbon fee.

We are excited to share that our 2018 Annual Progress Report will be released on Monday, March 4th. This year’s report is our most comprehensive yet, featuring updated data and new analysis about the status of Vermont’s energy and emissions progress. See the Data Download for a sneak preview of one of the new graphics, and stay tuned for the full report in March!

Since September, EAN has been convening the Vermont Energy Future Initiative, a diverse group of stakeholders who have volunteered to identify key gaps and barriers to Vermont’s energy and emissions progress. Together, we are also learning about best practices and successful programs outside of Vermont to help us bend the curve towards our 2025 commitments. These research projects are underway, and we’ll be sharing the results with the full network soon. To learn more, visit our website or email Sarah Wolfe ([email protected]).

Total Energy News – February 2019Read more …

Thursday, February 21 – 4:00-6:00pm

Down Home Kitchen, 100 Main St, Montpelier

Join us for the conversation at 4pm followed by a happy hour from 5:15 to 6:00.

The Leveraging Change Speaker Series continues with a timely conversation about policies that can produce both economic benefits and carbon reductions in and for Vermont. Join Energy Action Network and Rich Cowart from the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) to discuss how carbon reduction policies can provide economic benefit for all Vermonters. Click Here for a Recap

Decarbonizing Vermont & Investing in Vermonters: A conversation with the Regulatory Assistance ProjectRead more …

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