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Vermont based DeltaClimeVT climate economy business accelerator selects Energy 2021 cohort and kicks off virtual programming

MONTPELIER, VT – Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund (VSJF) announces the selection of the Energy 2021 cohort of the DeltaClimeVT climate economy business accelerator.

Seven early-stage energy companies from across the U.S. and Canada will work with climate economy leaders, industry experts, potential partners and investment professionals over the next three months while completing an […]

The Foodscraps 360 Solution

 

Wright currently collects four tons of food scraps a month and composts them, producing what she calls ‘black gold.’ Courtesy image.

Jessie Haas

A former graphic artist and current real estate appraiser in upstate New York, Diana Wright, found herself getting frustrated with the way the world was going, and ten years ago […]

The Refill Station Solution

Customers bring their own containers to The Refill Station to buy cleaning and personal care products in bulk. Other eco-friendly products are offered all with the goal of minimizing waste. Photos courtesy of The Refill Station in Portsmouth, NH.

George Harvey

Jessica Blasko is an experienced physical therapist who has had a […]

Norwich Solar Technologies – One of Vermont’s Best Places to Work

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VERMONT, January 21, 2020 – – has earned the distinction of being named one of the 2021 Best Places to Work in Vermont. Vermont Business Magazine and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce announced this week the top Best Places to Work in Vermont 2021.

The awards program was created […]

Energy Audit Grants and Clean Energy Financing from NH CDFA

Paragon Digital Marketing renovated and moved operations to this vacant historic church in Keene, using CDFA financing to add 34 kW of solar. The company also installed air-source heat pumps, LED lighting and made significant improvements in air sealing and insulation. Photo: Scott Maslansky.

Scott Maslansky

Energy costs can be a significant and unpredictable […]

Climbing out of the Crisis: a Net-Zero Economy

Wind Lift I, a jack-up ship for installing offshore wind turbines. Photo by kaʁstn, Wikimedia Commons https://bit.ly/30TU3v8.

George Harvey

The German Institute for Economic Research, usually called the DIW Berlin from its name in German, is a non-profit economic research institution funded by the country’s federal government. In early July, it published […]

Congratulations to the Top Solar Contractors in our Region

George Harvey

Every year, Solar Power World (SPW), one of the top web sites and print publications for news relating to the solar power industry, publishes a list of the top contractors in the United States (https://bit.ly/3b259lj). The list is based on the number of kilowatts (DC) the contractors installed in this country. The list […]

Phase-out Fossil-Fuel Financing

Protest at the Legislative Building in Olympia, Washington. Ted Nation, an activist for several decades, sits beside the protest sign. Image: Wikipedia Commons.

Alan Betts

This year I am searching for solutions to the climate and extinction crises, because time has run out. As society is focused on the COVID-19 crisis, the federal […]

Coronavirus Bails Out the Oil Patch

The fix is in for politically favored oil, gas and coal companies.

California oil pumps. Does the oil industry need a bailout? Photo: CGP Grey, Wikimedia Commons, https://bit.ly/3fwCQwu

Carl Pope

The huge financial aid package enacted by Congress this spring entailed a sprawling array of programs to direct funding, guarantee loans, […]

Blockchain Systems and the Distributed Sourcing of Power

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J.D. Kaplan

With so many things strained in supply, it might feel like a luxury to have anything abundant at all. Information pumps, however, still seem to be working at full capacity. Drowning in spreadsheets and news bites, some way to find certainty in the data one depends upon would naturally float […]