Fairlee — Environmental action and prominent figures from the Green Mountain State galvanized attendees at the Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network’s Community Energy & Climate Action Conference, pushing Saturday’s event to its highest attendance yet after 11 years.

But the biggest name on the slate, keynote speaker and 350.org founder and author Bill

Valley News: Fairlee Climate Change Event Galvanizes Attendees – by Jared PendakRead more …

A Montreal company that makes solar canopies plans to open a Burlington office with employees hired in Vermont.

The 8-year-old iSun Energy chose Burlington over Plattsburgh, New York, and Boston because the state promotes renewable energy and its politicians are accessible and collaborative, said CEO Sass Peress.

iSun will start renting a spot in a

VTDigger: Montreal solar company to open Vermont office – by Anne Wallace AllenRead more …

Burlington, VT — Climate change mingled with politics at last week’s Renewable Energy Vermont Conference and Expo, where state regulators and officials expressed frustration with federal and RTO policies.

While U.S. Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) predicted a Democratic majority in the House of Representatives after the mid-term elections, some participants said planetary survival should

RTO Insider: Climate Change Top of Mind at Vermont Conference – Michael KuserRead more …

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