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The recent IPCC report demonstrates the necessity of curbing emissions, particularly from energy. Here in Vermont, energy makes up 81% of our greenhouse gas emissions, but the chart at the left demonstrates the need to focus on the thermal and transportation sectors, which together make up more than 70% of Vermont's emissions.
We’ve changed up the order this month. With sobering news from the IPCC making headlines, we wanted to highlight some global, national, state, and local action happening to impact energy and emissions. Scroll down to see the Vermont Total Energy Ticker at the bottom of the newsletter.
Before you dive in, have you shared your thoughts on EAN’s 2017 Annual Progress Report? We’re already starting to work on the 2018 Annual Progress Report, and we want to hear from you. What was useful to you about the 2017 report, and what would you like to see in the next report?
Finally, EAN is launching the Leveraging Change Speaker Series in November. Read more on our Upcoming Events page and stay tuned for speaker announcements!

Total Energy News – October 2018Read more …

As summer turns into fall, Vermonters start to think about how they'll stay warm this winter. Renewable heating options are consistently lower cost and more stable and predictable than their fossil fuel counterparts, as demonstrated by this chart of fuel prices from 1998-2018.
We’re getting into the busy fall season, with lots of educational events and conferences coming up in the next few months, including another chance for you to learn more about the findings and data in our 2017 Annual Report. See below and on our website for details of these events.
In addition, we’re already starting to look ahead towards our 2018 Report, and we want to hear from you. How have you used the 2017 Report? What elements were particularly useful to you, and what would you like to see different in 2018? Please fill out this survey to share your thoughts.

Total Energy News – September 2018Read more …

Vermont's energy is not as renewable as you might think. Although Vermont's electricity sector is becoming significantly more renewable (43% source energy, 55% site energy), Vermont's total energy is still only 20% renewable.
Thanks to everyone who has expressed interest in the Vermont Energy Future Initiative. The outpouring of enthusiasm shows a deep commitment to get to work from so many members and leaders across the state. We’ll be in touch with more details on how to get involved soon.
With with the release of the Climate Action Commission report and the 2019 legislative session approaching, we know that folks are looking ahead to important policy discussions from weatherization and electric vehicles to renewable electric adoption, advanced wood heat, and more.
EAN is working to ensure these conversations are grounded in data about our current total energy status and the impact of specific actions. If there’s a conversation your organization or business is focused on that could be served by better data or analysis, let us know! We’re already thinking about our 2018 report and how we can best build this shared understanding of our energy transition.

Total Energy News – August 2018Read more …

In case you missed it, we released our Annual Report last month! You can read the highlights, and download the report, at www.eanvt.org/2017annualreport. You can also see the coverage of the report at VTDigger, WDEV, and SevenDays.
You can also learn more at an upcoming webinar, co-hosted by EAN and the Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network (VECAN) next Wednesday, July 18th at 6pm. Learn more and register here.

Total Energy News – July 2018Read more …

The sun is out, the flowers are blooming, and we’re back with a monthly newsletter to keep you up to date on what’s going on in energy here in Vermont and around the country.
Each month, you’ll find updates on the latest in the total energy sectors: thermal, transportation, and electric. You’ll find a data download – a chart or graphic with the latest energy data that you can download and use in your own work. You’ll learn about upcoming events from our members, and get a spotlight on one individual member and the work they’re doing.
Have something you want to share with the Network? Send it our way by replying to this email.

Total Energy News – June 2018Read more …

Contact EAN

  • Jared Duval

    Jared Duval

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

    Robert Fish

    VT Energy Dashboard Manager
    802‑383‑8527   rfish@eanvt.org
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