News Release October 5, 2017 Contacts: Abby White, [email protected] or (802) 793-7282 Mike Kanarick, [email protected] or (802) 735-7962 Beth Parent, [email protected] or (802) 865-1460 Vermont Ranks in Top Five for Energy Efficiency Burlington, VT—The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), a national non-profit that advances policies and programs for energy efficiency, has, for the […]
We’ve recently completed a major upgrade to our heating, cooling, and ventilation system at Grace Cottage Family Health.
News Release — Office of the Governor Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Media Contact: Rebecca Kelley, Office of the Governor 802-828-6403 [email protected] Staff-led energy efficiency projects to generate $1.4 million in energy savings Grand Isle, Vt. – At a press conference today, Governor Phil Scott recognized a series of staff-led energy efficiency projects across Vermont’s fish […]
News Release — Vermont Gas September 6, 2017 Media Contact: Beth Parent, Communications and Brand Manager, Vermont Gas Systems PH: (802) 865-1460 / (802) 578-2776 [email protected] Program will help small businesses and entrepreneurs save money, upgrade systems and reduce their energy needs South Burlington, VT – Vermont Gas is encouraging its small business and nonprofit […]
The Public Utility Commission’s order says continuing the same level of investment will save money for all utility customers in the long run.
News Release — South Burlington June 27, 2017 Media Contact: Coralee Holm (802) 846-4127 [email protected] SOUTH BURLINGTON RESIDENTS COLLECTIVELY SAVE 6% ON ELECTRIC BILLS Small, easy changes lead to big energy savings—nearly $450,000! The results are in! Over the last two years, South Burlington residents saved big in electricity costs, slashing 6% from their bills. […]
News Release — U.S. House of Representatives June 13, 2017 Contact: Kate Hamilton (202) 440-3340 Washington, DC – Yesterday, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously approved bipartisan legislation introduced by Rep. Peter Welch to improve energy efficiency in schools in Vermont and across the country. The Streamlining Energy Efficiency for Schools Act (H.R. 627) establishes […]
The Vermont Legislature has found one threatened function of the federal government can be assumed by the individual states.
Sanders’ comprehensive bill would require the U.S. energy grid to be 100 percent renewable by 2050. However, with no Republican sponsors, it is unlikely to see action.
A tax of $1 per metric ton of carbon dioxide would cost less than 1 cent per gallon of gasoline and generate about $5 million per year.
News Release — Greenbanc April 10, 2017 Contact: North Lennox, 212-203-1113 [email protected] Greenbanc to extend offer to other Vermont businesses Waterbury, Vt – Greenbanc, a certified B Corporation and the winner of Green Mountain Power’s InspireSpace contest, has partnered with The Alchemist to offer all employees a free Home Energy Score. The score is a […]
Despite the indisputable evidence of an unfolding crisis, the new Trump administration is looking to double down on dirty energy.
Hats off to Gov. Scott for using his first public appearance to stand up for Vermont’s ambitious but achievable goal of using 90 percent renewable energy by 2050.
While visiting one of its Vermont plants, he contrasted the company’s energy efficiency steps with the current resistance in Washington regarding climate change.