Burlington Free Press Article highlights EAN’s Annual Progress Report for Vermont. May 25, 2021 -By Dan D’Ambrosio – Vermonters spend $1.5 billion annually on fossil fuels for heating and transportation, representing a “major drain on the state economy,” according to a report released Tuesday by the nonprofit Energy Action Network.Jared Duval, executive
VT Digger Commentary from January 31, 2021 by EAN Executive Director, Jared Duval
Duval: Our responsibility and opportunity — moving beyond fossil fuels
Jan 31 2021
This commentary is by Jared Duval of Montpelier, executive director of the Energy Action Network and a member of the Vermont Climate Council. He was previously economic development director
The Times Argus’ 1/26/21 article Warm Wishes provides an overview of weatherization funding in Governor Scott’s proposed budget, and the work of the EAN supported Weatherization at Scale action team.
Warm Wishes – Times Argus Editorial
Given the fiscal challenges facing the state, we commend the governor for putting forth a budget that touches
Despite Misgivings, Scott Admin Will Participate on Climate Crisis Council
By KEVIN MCCALLUM
As environmental advocates and lawmakers rallied support in January for a bill to hold the state accountable for meeting its greenhouse gas emission goals, Gov. Phil Scott pushed back.
The Republican governor defended himself from sharp criticism that he wasn’t doing enough to
Oct 6 2020, 5:08 PM
Montpelier, VT – Over 200 members of the Energy Action Network (EAN) convened for a virtual summit on October 1st and 2nd. Summit attendees heard remarks about Vermont’s energy future from Governor Phil Scott, Speaker of the House Mitzi Johnson, Senate Majority Leader Becca Balint, and Public Utility Commission Chairman