COVID-19 Update:

To protect the health of our staff and our customers, Efficiency Vermont offices are closed to the public. In the meantime, our customer support team is available to help you remotely. Contact us at (888) 921-5990 or

We have cautiously begun scheduling project related site visits when required. You can find more information on our safety protocols here.

Our Results

We deliver energy savings that make Vermont economically stronger and more affordable for households, businesses, and communities, and help move the state toward its clean energy goals. Thanks to Vermonters’ investment and participation, here are a few of the lifetime benefits cumulatively from 2000 to 2019.

MWh and MMBtu saved28 millionMMBtu saved18.9 millionMWh saved Net Lifetime ValueOver $2.6 billion savedover the lifetime of 2000-2019investments in efficientequipment and buildings Avoided PollutantsOver 12 millionmetric tonsof pollutantsavoidedAvoided pollutants Percent of Vermont Energy from Efficiency16.6% $1 Invested Means $2 SavedEvery $1 Participating Vermonters72,504 Households Served27.9% Low-Income Vermonter Savings$10,406,665 Businesses Served9,434 Equipment Suppliers1,445 Contractor Companies683 RetailersOver 300 Building Design Firms124

Strengthening Vermont

Serving All Vermonters

Vermonters participated in Efficiency Vermont services in 2019.

Households served

Saved by low-income Vermonters over the lifetime of 2019 investments in their efficient equipment and buildings

Businesses served

Supporting Vermont’s Green Economy

We support local retailers, wholesalers, and service providers with training, technical services, consumer price reductions, and promotions. This creates green jobs with local businesses and enables Vermonters to easily find the efficiency resources they need.

Equipment suppliers

Contractor companies


Building design firms

Annual Plans & Reports

As a regulated utility, Efficiency Vermont's work undergoes rigorous review and verification. These documents detail Efficiency Vermont’s results and strategies. They are submitted to the Vermont Public Service Board and the Vermont Public Service Department in fulfillment of our regulatory requirements.

Library of Reports