Editor’s note: This commentary is by Maura Collins of Essex Junction, the executive director of the Vermont Housing Finance Agency.

There is only so much room in our budgets for housing, heating and transportation, and when we sit down to pay our bills it’s clear how inextricably linked each of these are.

When thinking about

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By Katy Savage –  Chester is one of nine communities getting new electric vehicle charging stations with the help of a $25,000 grant.

Two charging stations, to be installed on Cobleigh Street in late summer, will be able to recharge four electrical vehicles at once.

Chester Executive Assistant Julie Hance said that electrical vehicles

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Vermont Business Magazine

by Brian Gray, General Manager of the Energy Co-op of Vermont I am a fuel dealer who wants to sell you less and less fossil fuel. That’s better for you, Vermont’s economy, and our planet. Let me explain: At the Energy Co-op of Vermont, a member-owned energy company that serves northwest and central

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Seven Days VT

Gov. Phil Scott’s plan to provide $1.5 million to help Vermonters buy electric cars didn’t make many headlines when it was announced in January. After all, the federal government has offered electric vehicle purchase incentives of up to $7,500 for a decade. Local utilities, including Green Mountain Power, the Burlington Electric Department

Seven Days: Critics Say Gov’s ‘Piddly’ Electric Car Plan Can’t Go the DistanceRead more …

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