News & Press Releases
Up to $16,000 cash back available for flooded businesses with boosted Efficiency Vermont rebates
Increased offers, expanded eligibility for businesses damaged by Vermont’s summer floods.
With more than 63,000 heat pumps installed, Vermont leads the northeast in zero-emissions heating systems
Vermont's 63,000 heat pumps leads the northeast in zero-emissions heating thanks to a decade of rebates and discounts
New bonuses launched for contractors helping flooded Vermont homes
Agency of Natural Resources & Efficiency Vermont offer contractor incentives for replacing heating systems, adding resiliency to flood-hit homes
10 tips to stay warm and save energy this winter
Take these steps to make your home or workplace more comfortable while lowering your energy bills
Nine gifts for the energy saver in your life
Efficiency Vermont's guide to energy-efficient stocking stuffers that keep giving all year long
‘Button Up’ campaign encourages Vermonters to stay warm with new weatherization offers
Button Up Vermont, the annual campaign to raise awareness around weatherizing homes, launches this week to help Vermonters get the tools, rebates, and resources they need to prepare their homes for winter.
Refrigeration, lighting experts among ‘Energy Leaders’ honored at Efficiency Vermont’s annual business event
Five organizations honored for energy leadership at 12th annual Best Practices Exchange (BPX)
State of Vermont and Efficiency Vermont unveil $36 million for flood recovery programs launching September 5
Funds from state and federal sources will help flood-impacted homeowners, renters, and businesses replace and install efficient home heating systems and appliances.
New Report Reveals How Costs for Driving, Heating and More Burden Vermonters
The 2023 Energy Burden Report finds communities with lower incomes face high energy burdens, whether in rural towns or in Vermont's large cities.
Income-eligible Vermonters can get a free home appliance to save money and energy
Voucher for a free energy-efficient appliance available to qualifying homeowners and renters based on household income and how much they spend on their electric bills.
Efficiency workforce charts a path toward “No Emissions” in buildings
Efficiency Vermont Awarded Partner of the Year by EPA
“As we accelerate historic efforts to address climate change, public-private partnerships will be essential to realizing the scale of our ambition,” said EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan. “I applaud this year’s ENERGY STAR award winners for working with EPA to deliver a clean energy future that saves American consumers and businesses money and creates jobs.”
Student Scholarships available to Better Buildings by Design
New weatherization financing program available for Vermonters
Shifting to EV? Time your charge with PowerShift
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
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