2018 Annual Progress Report - 90% by 2050 -The Benefits of Achieving Vermont's Energy Goals

Existing policy not enough to meet Vermont’s energy and emissions commitments, report says
Vermonters stand to benefit from renewable heat, electric vehicles
A new Progress Report released today by Energy Action Network (EAN) highlights how meeting Vermont’s energy and emissions commitments will require state action far beyond what is already occurring, with major benefits

Press Release: EAN 2018 Annual Progress Report PublishedRead more …


Gov. Phil Scott, often criticized for talking the talk on climate change but not walking the walk, has this session proposed $1.5 million in electric vehicle incentives for low- and moderate-income Vermonters. Environmental advocates applaud the move, but say it’s not enough.

In his budget address at the start of the session, the governor said

VTDigger: State needs 1575% boost in EVs in six years to meet energy goalsRead more …

The three northern New England states spend $8.2 billion annually on imported fossil fuels.
Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont could significantly cut the $8.2 billion they annually spend importing fossil fuels by transitioning to clean energy, according to a new report.

“Advancing Clean Energy Investment in Northern New England” says investing in clean energy

Energy News Network – Report: Clean energy could cut New England states’ fossil fuel billsRead more …

Valley News

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 …

Contact EAN

  • Jared Duval

    Jared Duval

    Executive Director
    802‑829‑7421   jduval@eanvt.org
  • Robert Fish

    Rob Fish

    Energy Dashboard Manager
    802‑383‑8527   rfish@eanvt.org
  • Carolyn Wesley

    Carolyn Wesley

    Network Manager
    802‑734‑0046   cwesley@eanvt.org
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