As the sun finally starts making its presence felt in Vermont, we have positive stories of renewable electric advancements both here at home and across the country. But as we know, transportation is the biggest energy user and the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in Vermont, while electricity is by far the least impactful sector already. That means we can use the positive trends in clean electricity to power efficient, electric cold climate heat pumps and vehicles.
Join us to learn more about the investments that Vermont and our region can make to bend the curve towards a clean energy future at our next Leveraging Change Speaker Series coming up next Tuesday, May 14th. We’ll hear from Phil Huffman (TNC) and Christine Donovan (VEIC) on their new report, “Advancing Clean Energy Investment in Northern New England,” and discuss how Vermont could move some of the recommendations forward.
Then, join us in June at the Resilient VT conference to discuss how Vermont can strengthen its infrastructure and systems in the face of the climate crisis, and what programs are already working to create a more resilient state.
The EAN Team