About Efficiency Vermont

Efficiency Vermont provides technical assistance, rebates, and other financial incentives to help Vermont households and businesses reduce their energy costs with energy-efficient equipment, lighting, and approaches to construction and major renovation. Additionally, we partner extensively with contractors, suppliers, and retailers of efficient products and services throughout the state.

We are operated by a private nonprofit organization, the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, under an appointment issued by the Vermont Public Service Board.

Efficiency means fewer power stations and transmission and savings for vermonters

Proven Savings

Examples of efficiency in action around the state

ResidentialBusiness

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Efficiency Vermont annual highlights

Energy. Forward

Highlights from our blog

The Future of Energy Efficiency

Highlights from our white papers

The 2013 data presented are based on Efficiency Vermont’s estimates of preliminary savings as claimed by the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, the implementer of Efficiency Vermont. Each spring, the savings are subject to an in-depth verification process conducted by the Public Service Department. A written report and recommendation go to the Vermont Public Service Board, which makes a final certification of the savings that can be claimed. For this site and the accompanying flyer, data used from 2000 through 2012 were drawn from the final, verified Efficiency Vermont Annual Reports for those years. Across twelve years, the average adjustment between the preliminary energy savings claimed by Efficiency Vermont and the final certified savings amount has been a reduction of about 6%.