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 info@efficiencyvermont.com.

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

Carol Weston promoted to Efficiency Vermont Director

Veteran Efficiency Vermont leader to provide seamless transition

Efficiency Vermont Launches Utility Incentive Program in Support of Building Systems Integration

This February, Efficiency Vermont launched an innovative incentive to motivate customers to integrate HVAC systems with lighting or other building systems to enable deeper whole-building energy savings and reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions. Through this incentive, Efficiency Vermont commits to paying 40 percent of labor costs associated with integration (i.e., programming labor, troubleshooting installation, and ensuring schedule override is done safely) when integration work is completed, and 10 percent of the labor costs at 9 months after a report is provided—for a total of 50 percent of the total integration labor costs.

In pandemic year, community partnerships adjusted to promote energy efficiency, resilience

In 2021, work to focus on regions hard hit by COVID crisis

Efficiency Vermont names ‘Best of Best’ at annual conference

‘Energy Leaders’ honored at conference

Seven Vermont companies applauded for investments in efficiency, resilience at annual Best Practices Exchange

Energy visits help businesses spot energy-saving opportunities

Free consultations bring expert eye to hidden problems, connect to incentives and resources

New grant program to work toward safe reopening of Vermont schools this fall

Efficiency Vermont to administer School Indoor Air Quality Grant Program

Highest-ever incentives help Vermonters save money on home heating, energy costs

75% of home weatherization costs covered, boosting resilience during COVID-caused recession

Energy loans designed to deliver savings, spur economy

No-cost curbside appliance recycling helps free up space, bring in cash

‘Social distancing’ practices protect customers during curbside pick up

Expanded weatherization yields EPA recognition for Vermont

Efficiency Vermont, HEAT Squad team up to bring weatherization incentives to underserved communities

Partnership brings contractor support to Northeast Kingdom and Bennington County, expands access to money-saving program

Better Buildings by Design conference expands workforce skills, promotes energy affordability

Efficiency Vermont partners with communities to save money and energy

As 2019 projects come to an end, 2020 work begins

Efficiency Vermont plans for Vermont’s changing energy needs in new six-year plan

Proposal responds to stakeholder feedback to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase weatherization with a flat budget

New report highlights impact of energy costs to Vermont households

Efficiency Vermont uses energy burden to design, measure programs

Efficiency Vermont partners with Vermont Technical College to expand weatherization workforce

Vermont Ranks Third in the Country for Energy Efficiency

Zero Energy Modular home arrives in Swanton

Open house provides closer look at state-of-the-art in energy efficiency

Large Vermont companies look to save money, cut carbon at Efficiency Vermont conference

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