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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.

Vermont Businesses Discuss Jobs and Energy at Sixth Annual Best Practices Exchange

Efficiency Vermont today hosted its sixth annual Best Practices Exchange at Killington Grand Resort Hotel. More than 150 people representing some of Vermont’s largest businesses attended the event, which brought together Vermont business leaders and facility operators from across the state to network, learn, and share the best approaches to energy management.

Listening Tour: Efficiency Vermont hosts forums to hear from Vermonters

As our energy landscape keeps evolving we need help from Vermonters to make sure that Efficiency Vermont is adapting to best serve Vermonters needs. That’s why we’re excited to announce a series of community forums across the state. From Bennington to Newport, we’re going to be visiting Vermont communities in September and October.

Efficiency Vermont and Vergennes Partnership Celebrate Success on Vergennes Day

Last Saturday Efficiency Vermont joined in the festivities of Vergennes Day to celebrate the success of a six month energy-saving effort in Vermont’s oldest city.

Cut Energy Costs this Summer

On hot summer days, stay cool while spending less on energy with these tips from Efficiency Vermont.

Efficiency Vermont joins Vermont Climate Pledge Coalition

Vermont’s state-wide energy efficiency utility, Efficiency Vermont, and the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, the non-profit organization that administers it on behalf of the State of Vermont have signed on to the Vermont Climate Pledge Coalition.

First Zero Energy Modular Home in Burlington Delivered to North Ave Community

Today a new type of home was delivered to the North Avenue Co-op, a resident-owned manufactured home community in Burlington, VT. An alternative to manufactured housing, this modular home came from the VERMOD factory in Wilder, VT, where it was designed and built for maximum energy efficiency, affordability, durability, and health.

Efficiency Vermont Announces Leadership Transition

Karen Glitman has been named the Director of Efficiency Vermont, the state’s energy efficiency utility, stepping in from her current role as Director of Strategy, Policy and Public Affairs for VEIC. Liz Gamache is stepping down as Director of Efficiency Vermont to serve the Vermont Community Foundation as Vice President for Community Grants and Investments.

Efficiency Vermont Proposes Rate Decrease

Efficiency Vermont has proposed a decreased budget for its next three-year performance period. The utility’s proposal aims to cut the Energy Efficiency Charge by five-percent in 2018 and hold it flat for the remainder of the three-year period while delivering the same level of savings.

Spring clean and save: tips for finding energy savings in your home this spring

For many Vermonters spring cleaning is an annual tradition. According to Efficiency Vermont, this chore can mean more than a tidy home. It can make you some money.

Efficiency Vermont Earns Award for Sustained Excellence in Energy Efficiency Program Delivery

Efficiency Vermont has been named a 2017 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award winner. The award is given for continued leadership in environmental protection through superior energy efficiency achievements.

Pownal Selected as First Climate Economy Model Community

The Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD) joined with partners Green Mountain Power and Efficiency Vermont to announce that the town of Pownal was selected as the first to participate in the Climate Economy Model Communities Program.

Vermont Climate Economy Model Communities Program Launched

Efficiency Vermont Director Liz Gamache joined the Vermont Council on Rural Development, Governor Phil Scott, and representatives of Green Mountain Power, Vermont Electric Coop, and Washington Electric Coop on February 16, 2017 to launch the Climate Economy Model Communities Program. This program will help two communities each year to build and implement locally developed plans modeling state-of-the-art rural development in an age of climate change.

Energy Bill Assistance Grants Available to Help Low-Income Vermonters

More than 1000 Gather at Efficiency Vermont's Better Buildings by Design Conference

The region’s premier design and construction event kicked off today in South Burlington. More than 1000 building, design, and clean energy professionals gathered for Efficiency Vermont’s 16th Better Buildings by Design Conference taking place over the next two days.

Efficiency Vermont Announces 2017 New-Construction Partners of the Year

Efficiency Vermont has named two Vermont builders as Partners of the Year in energy efficient design and construction. The awards honor Jim Secor of the Bennington-based Secor Group, for commercial construction, and Sheppard Custom Homes, of Essex Junction, for residential construction.

Craft Brewery Adds Energy Efficiency to Recipe for Success

A craft brewery in St. Albans was recognized by Rep. Peter Welch, Efficiency Vermont and the Vermont Brewers association for its leadership in embracing energy efficiency, supporting veterans, and hiring local contractors and vendors.

Cut Energy Costs & Stay Warm this Winter

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Winter Fuels Outlook, we’re in for a winter that is 17% colder than last year and heating fuel prices that are more than 20% higher than last year. And while these are just estimates, Vermonters should be prepared for a long heating season and a possible bump in energy costs. To help keep homes warm and energy bills down, Efficiency Vermont offers these 10 tips for the cold weather months ahead.

Nine Vermont Communities Awarded Grants to Promote Button Up Day of Action

Efficiency Vermont has awarded nine community organizations throughout the state with grant funding to support and promote the Button Up Day of Action happening on November 12, 2016.

Vermont Businesses Share Energy Saving Strategies at Annual Best Practices Exchange

Business Forward Campaign Encourages Vermont Businesses to ‘Go Big’ on Energy Efficiency

Efficiency Vermont is encouraging business customers to lead the way toward a more energy efficient Vermont. Through Efficiency Vermont’s new campaign, “Business Forward,” businesses and commercial customers in all sizes and sectors have access to enhanced technical expertise, customer support, rebates, and incentives to encourage them to invest in energy efficiency.

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