News & Press Releases
Medical and energy leaders launch joint study on link between energy efficiency and health
Vermont Castings invests $10 million in improvements
Efficiency Vermont is proud of the partnership we've had with Vermont Castings in Randolph, VT, as parent company Hearth & Home Technologies continues to make substantial investments energy efficiency and plant modernization that are saving money and improving the workplace for nearly 100 employees.
Community leaders celebrate plant investments at Vermont Castings
Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity partners with Efficiency Vermont to build energy-saving homes in Essex Junction
New heat pump technology unveiled in Vermont
Air-to-water heat pumps could transform how numerous VT homes and businesses are heated
Rutland family wins $5K energy makeover in video contest
Double cuteness from twins Calen and Elana edges out competition
Hospitals work for healthy planet through energy efficiency
Vermont medical centers reduce carbon emissions equal to parking 25,000 cars for a year
Efficiency Vermont exceeds three-year performance goals
Supercharged sugaring method looks to change maple industry
WCAX Channel 3 takes a behind-the-scenes look at the new Goodrich Family maple sugar house in Eden, VT, which has invested in state-of-the-art High-Brix Reverse Osmosis technology to make maple syrup with less energy. Efficiency Vermont is partnering with the Goodriches to learn more about how this new technology performs in the field, and help other sugar operations benefit as well.
Efficiency Vermont earns 2018 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award
Efficiency Vermont program recognized for saving energy, improving health
Shareable videos could win $5,000 home energy makeover
Efficiency Vermont, Burlington Electric Department, and Vermont Gas Systems are encouraging customers to go viral.
Efficiency Vermont announces “Best of the Best” in energy efficient construction
Efficiency Vermont recognized 17 Vermont building professionals for their high achievement in using energy efficiency and sustainability practices to construct or renovate Vermont buildings.
Orleans County Celebrates Cost-saving Energy Efficiency Projects
Courthouse, Sheriff’s Department Building Reduce Energy Usage by more than half
Customers will pay 5% less for energy efficiency in 2018
Button Up Vermont Campaign Underway in 32 Vermont Communities
The heating season is upon us, and Vermonters statewide are working together to help fellow residents and homeowners outsmart winter by tightening up their homes. Now in its eighth year, Button Up Vermont is working with local energy groups in 32 Vermont communities to help people reduce their heating and cooling costs through improved efficiency.
VCRD Invites Applications for 2018 Climate Economy Model Communities Program
The Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD) invites communities interested in charting a path to a more prosperous and self-sufficient future to participate in the 2018 Climate Economy Model Communities Program.
Third party affirms that Efficiency Vermont is delivering significant savings to Vermonters
Each year, a third party verifier assesses and confirms the level of savings that Efficiency Vermont reports to the state of Vermont. As a public utility, Efficiency Vermont is held accountable for delivering these savings through performance-based metrics. If we don't reach our metrics, we don't get compensated. In previous years, Efficiency Vermont has received high marks from third party verifiers for our work in delivering these savings directly to our customers.
Vermont Ranks in Top Five for Energy Efficiency
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), a national non-profit that advances policies and programs for energy efficiency, has, for the fourth year in a row, ranked Vermont among the top five in the nation for advancement and support of energy efficiency.
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.
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