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Governor Scott Proposes Investments in Clean Energy Economy, Making the Benefits of Renewable Energy Accessible to All Vermonters

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 […]

February 4: Vermont Transit Equity Day Conversations and Awards.

On Thursday, February 4th at 7 pm, the Vermont Sierra Club, with support from Transportation for Vermonters and the Vermont Natural Resources Council, will be hosting a virtual Transit Equity Day celebration promoting public transit as a civil right and effective means of combating climate change.

The Vermont Sierra Club is joining this […]

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 […]

Going Solar (Plus Storage): A Vermont Homeowner Shares Her Experience

The Ouellette home features 27 solar panels along with two Powerwall batteries. Courtesy photos.

By Janice Ouellette, Clean Energy Group

My husband Dan and I feel very fortunate to live in the “Green” Mountain State of Vermont. In recent years, programs have emerged that have brought clean, renewable and affordable energy to the […]

Vermont Law Enforcement Going Green

Windham County (Vermont) Sheriff, based in Newfane, has purchased a Tesla Model 3 to replace one of the Department’s cruisers. Photo courtesy of Sheriff Mark Anderson.

Jessie Haas

The Vermont State Police, Vermont Department of Public Safety (DPS), Brattleboro Police Department (BPD), and Windham County Sheriff’s Office are all experimenting with electric or hybrid […]

Sustainable Trains and Planes

Hydrogen-powered passenger train Image: Alstom.

Jessie Haas

Transportation is one of the most persistent sources of greenhouse gases (GHG) and one of the most difficult problems to solve. But recently some countries have been making strides, with both electric and hydrogen fuel-cell-powered mass transit.

In Europe, where most countries take their […]

Renewable Energy Veteran Dan Kinney to Lead New Solar Venture

New Vermont Company will optimize the performance of New England Solar Projects

Dan Kinney

Norwich Technologies, Inc. announced the launch of its new division, RunTime Solar™, to provide operations and maintenance (O&M) services to solar energy projects across New England. RunTime Solar will be headed by renowned renewable energy veteran Dan Kinney.

Norwich Technologies […]

Chester, VT Community Greenhouse and Gardens Meeting – Oct 29, 2020

Join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83700438422?pwd=bjF0WTVsbHp3N3BnTktrUVZSWEl6dz09

Webinar Invitation – Building a Green Future with Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman – Fri, Oct. 23rd at Noon

You are invited you to join us for a webinar this Friday at noon to hear from Vermont Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman about his environmental platform and vision for Vermont. There will be plenty of time for Q&A, so bring your questions! Click below to register for:

“Building a Green Future Together – Town Hall […]

Join the Climate Strike – This Friday

Join the Climate Strike Now Rescheduled for This Friday – October 23 – 1PM University Green, Burlington

A coalition of activist organizations, led by Club Organize UVM and UVM Union of Students, have called for a climate strike on October 23rd, beginning at 1pm on the University Green in Burlington. The action will […]