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Vermont’s Total Energy Study

Flag-of-Vermont(thumb)The Final Report concludes that Vermont’s energy and climate goals are affordable and achievable. Find out more here.

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2015 Legislative Update: Renewable Energy Policy Under Consideration

Lawmakers are considering a replacement for Vermont’s SPEED program, read about it here!

Button Up Vermont Day 2014!

Button Up Vermont Day of Action is quickly approaching. Get involved by entering the video contest and participating in your community! Find out more here.

A Path to Action on Climate

6-13-12 VNRCVNRC’s Executive Director, Brian Shupe, talks climate action in Vermont and the opportunity of the soon-to-be-released Total Energy Study.

Community Solar gets Boost Through CEDF

102kW_site_view_Town_Garage_AegisNine community solar projects receive funding through the Vermont Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF).  Overall these grants will support the installation of more than 500 kilowatts of solar for schools, towns, and communities in Vermont. For more info click here.