Representatives of the Vermont Department of Education, the Vermont Superintendents Association, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) joined Efficiency Vermont today at an award ceremony to recognize 22 schools for their excellent energy performance.
The Believers need to find some way to keep subsidies flowing to their pet renewable-industrial complex without alarming the ordinary electricity consumer.
This afternoon in Montpelier, Rep. Peter Welch announced bipartisan legislation that would make it more affordable for Vermonters to install wood heating systems in their homes or businesses.
The demand hasn’t changed that much, but the grid itself has changed in our region.
Imagine being able to heat water, buildings and greenhouses using energy captured from compost without buying or burning any fuel.
The “heroes” of the new millennium must clearly grasp the urgency of the climate crisis and be ready to take important steps to address it.
If we are truly concerned with our environmental footprint, then Vermont must pay attention to how our imported power is generated, and conserved.