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Annual weatherization campaign encourages Vermonters to Button Up for winter

Efficiency Vermont names ‘Energy Leaders’ among Vermont’s largest energy consumers

Efficiency Vermont seeks public input into three-year energy plan

Big incentive increase to help weatherize more Vermont homes

Up to 75% of projects’ costs covered for moderate-income customers

Efficiency Vermont announces 3rd annual appliance recycling offer

Limited-time program offers cash back for old-but-working appliances

Kingdom Brewing adapts through efficiency

Newport brewer one of 164 Vermont businesses helped by limited-time incentive to restart COVID-stalled projects

EPA names Efficiency Vermont ‘Partner of the Year’

Distinction recognizes ‘Sustained Excellence’ of longest-running statewide efficiency program

Clean energy workforce gathers to tackle building decarbonization

‘Best of the Best’ winners announced at conference

$13.5 million available to help Vermont schools upgrade air quality systems

Celebrate Earth Day with a Free Energy Savings Kit

Vermont Public Power Utilities Offer Energy Efficiency Tools For Customers

VPPSA, municipal utilities, and Efficiency Vermont team up to help Northeast Kingdom Towns invest in energy efficiency.

Efficiency Vermont welcomes Peter Walke as managing director

Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Peter Walke will join Efficiency Vermont as its new Managing Director starting May 9.

Gas and energy prices are soaring. What can Vermonters do about it?

Efficiency Vermont's Rebecca Foster talks about energy and money saving alternatives to fossil fuels.

VLCT Partnering with Efficiency Vermont to Expand Municipal Energy Efficiency Programs

For Vermont cities and towns ready to up their energy efficiency game and save taxpayers money, "There's never been a better time to act," says Vermont League of Cities and Towns (VLCT) Executive Director Ted Brady. Read more about a new partnership between Efficiency Vermont and VLCT.

City sewer plant operator honored

Rutland’s wastewater treatment facility is the largest in the state, handling 22.5 million gallons a day fed there from seven pump stations around the city. Its chief plant operator, Robert Protivansky, was recently awarded the New England Water Environment Association's operator of the year for Vermont. Protivansky Led two particular initiatives that made him stand out. One was extensive work with Efficiency Vermont, which Rotondo estimated has saved the city $1 million in energy costs during Protivansky's tenure.

Efficiency Vermont seeks new Director

BROC fires up refrigeration units

BROC Community Action's investment in new refrigeration system helps it serve more community members.

Report traces 20 years of impact from nation’s first energy efficiency utility

Efficiency Vermont honors Commercial and Industrial ‘Energy Leaders’

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