By John Dillon — A new report says Vermont’s greenhouse gas pollution is increasing and that aggressive action is needed to curb emissions from heating and transportation.

The report from the Montpelier-based Energy Action Network also says the state has an economic opportunity as it meets the challenge of cutting greenhouse gases.

Jared Duval

VPR: Report Finds Economic Opportunity In Shrinking Vermont’s Carbon FootprintRead more …


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

VTDigger: Commentary – Maura Collins: How we heat our homes mattersRead more …

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

Mountain Times: Chester to get new electric vehicle charging stationsRead more …

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

VTBiz – Commentary Brian Gray: Vermont’s energy & climate commitments provide opportunityRead more …

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