Examine all three volumes of Vermont’s Comprehensive Energy Plan, which includes vision, facts, analysis, and strategies to get the state to 90% renewable energy, across all sectors, by 2050.
A how-to tool for start-up and existing town energy and climate action committees.
A step-by-step guide outlining how communities can use the energy element of their municipal plan to comprehensively address energy issues.
An overview of three dozen ‘snapshots’ of innovative and proactive approaches Vermonters are taking to help save money, reduce energy consumption, transition to renewables, and combat climate change.
Guide produced by the Windham Regional Commission on how to navigate the weatherization process for town buildings that is based on WRC’s experience with town weatherization projects from 2010-12.
2007 fact book providing a common set of known data on renewable energy and efficiency in Vermont. The fact book is meant to complement the “Strengthening Vermont’s Energy Economy” report.
2007 Vermont Rural Energy Council report outlining recommendations for actions that would advance rural energy generation, fuel development, and efficiency in Vermont.
2007 report outlining mitigation and adaptation strategies that Vermont should adopt in order to address climate change.
A VPIREF report examining how Vermont can move away from dirty fossil fuels and be fuel-oil free by 2033 if we invest in clean, renewable local fuels to heat our homes and power our businesses.
A 2006 report published by the Snelling Center for Government focused on how citizens can effectively be engaged and involved in the decision making process of the state’s energy future.
A workbook that guides readers through the process of tracking their carbon impact and reducing it with everyday actions that are simple and effective.
This guide explains the steps to follow for individuals and groups who seek to take action and achieve energy efficiency improvements at their towns’ schools.