The New England Grassroots Environmental Fund is offering its spring round of grow grants for a variety of environmental issues including energy and climate.
Efficiency Vermont now has an easy process to bring experts on a variety of energy topics to your community. Workshop topics include: cold climate heat pumps, mobile home efficiency and modern wood heating.
Efficiency Vermont and Burlington Electric are offering grants to non profits already working with low-income Vermonter’s to help them save energy with the Vermont Community Energy Partnership Grant Program.
Join a LIVE webinar with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on Wednesday, February 8 at 7 p.m. to hear what Bernie thinks a fossil fuel-favoring administration means for the world’s most pressing environmental challenge – and what we can do about it.
We had an informative webinar and great discussion with about 30 interested Vermonters about the Solar in Your Community Challenge yesterday. If you couldn’t attend or want to revisit it watch the webinar here.
The Solar in Your Community Challenge is offering $5 million in cash prizes and technical assistance over 18 months, for communities to work together to create replicable, innovative business and financial models that expand solar to low- and moderate-income households. Because not all Americans own their rooftop, the Challenge aims to spur the development of inclusive solutions—like community solar—to help even more Americans go solar.
We want to extend a big thank you to everyone who was able to attend the 9th Annual VECAN Conference and all the partners and sponsors who made the day possible. If you attend a workshop that you want to revisit or weren’t able to attend it and want to check out what you missed – scroll down until you see the workshop and click the hyperlinked presenter name to access their presentation.