In his annual budget address, Governor Phil Scott today proposed a range of clean energy investments to lower energy burdens and climate pollution while supporting Vermont’s economy. The Governor’s climate economy proposals include $10 million toward an initiative to bring local, renewable energy to those with low and moderate incomes, $5 million to accelerate […]
Dec 9 Conference Assesses Paths to Equitable Access to Clean Energy and Role of Clean Energy in Economic Recovery
In partnership with the Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network (VECAN), Renewable Energy Vermont convenes the final, virtual session of REV2020 at 9:00 am on Wednesday, December 9th. Business leaders, policy makers, community […]
REV MEMBERS OFFER NEW INCENTIVES FOR ELECTRIC LAWNMOWERS, REDUCING CLIMATE POLLUTION AND SAVING MONEY FOR VERMONTERS
It’s that time of year again! The grass is growing and the lawn needs to be mowed. The great news is that this gas-guzzling, climate-polluting chore can now be completed with much lower emissions and at much lower cost […]
Calling Renewable Energy Experts!
The REV2020 Call for Proposals deadline has been extended to Wednesday, June 10. Sieze this opportunity to engage with other leading figures in the renewable energy sector and gain valuable exposure for your ideas.
Virtual sessions scheduled September through January will feature keynotes, panel discussions and networking opportunities. New this […]
Join REV on Wednesday, May 13 @ 12:00 pm for a special Lunch-and-Learn Webinar – Workplace Safety Regulations & Best Practices in the Time of COVID-19.
Speakers: Deputy Secretary Ted Brady, Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) Dan Whipple, Program Manager, VOSHA About the Webinar:
As Governor Scott continues to relax […]
Join REV this Monday, March 2nd at 12:30 PM for an important update on climate action and renewable energy legislation currently under debate at the Statehouse–including S.267, which will create a 100% Renewable Energy Standard with doubled local renewable energy requirements.
Who: Olivia Campbell Andersen, Executive Director of Renewable Energy Vermont What: […]
We need your quick help to propel climate solutions and lower energy costs in Vermont.
Click here and in less than one minute, you can send a free postcard to your legislators and the Governor sharing your support for local renewable energy and resiliency in Vermont and urging them to take meaningful local […]
Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) joined Governor Phil Scott at the press conference on July 11, 2019 regarding vehicle electrification and offered the following statement.
“Recognizing the need for lower cost and carbon free transportation solutions, the Governor smartly proposed the State’s first incentive for electric vehicles and continued investments in necessary public charging stations. As […]
November 14 at Goddard College
Renewable Energy Vermont, Vermont’s Forest, Parks & Recreation, and Efficiency Vermont invite architects, builders, and facility managers to attend a special workshop training Designing for Wood Heat on Wednesday, November 14th from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont.
Participants will learn about […]
Looking to reduce your footprint, or maybe just your utility bills? Either way, Senator Sanders invites you to join him, along with many REV members, THIS Saturday at Vermont Technical College to learn more. Entrance is on a first-come, first-serve basis, but RSVPs are strongly recommended. Click here to RSVP, or call Sen. Sanders’ […]