Energy Action Network (EAN), a High Meadows Fund grantee, released its Annual Progress Report for Vermont earlier this month. There are three big takeaways:

Vermont is far off the pace necessary to meet our renewable energy and emissions reduction commitments.
Vermonters have a lot to gain in terms of energy affordability

High Meadows Fund Blog: Heating and Transportation are the Sticking Points in Vermont’s Energy TransformationRead more …

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Unlike many financial institutions, VSECU is not run by outside investors; we’re run by our members. This makes us uniquely positioned to respond to what Vermonters need from their lenders. That’s why we’ve put a strong focus on investing in renewable energy. Our members know that investing in efficient renewable energy supports

Rutland Herald: Rob Miller (VSECU) – Supporting Vermonters by supporting renewable energyRead more …

Valley News

Vermont’s clean and green reputation is alive and well. Yes, Vermont is the Green Mountain State, but it is also a leader in clean-energy initiatives that boosts the other “green” — our economy. The current statewide pledge of 90 percent renewable energy by 2050 is an important initiative to keep Vermont green

Valley News: Moulton: Vermont Tech fuels state’s clean-energy sectorRead more …

Contact EAN

  • Jared Duval

    Jared Duval

    Executive Director
  • Robert Fish

    Robert Fish

    VT Energy Dashboard Manager
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