Efficiency Vermont, Town of Hartford, and VT Downtown Program Partner to Drive Community-Wide Energy Savings

Hartford, VT area residents and business can get free expert energy visits and advice from Efficiency Vermont.

Efficiency Vermont Offers Community Energy Efficiency Outreach Grants

Funding available for communities to promote energy-saving activities on ‘Button Up Day’

Efficiency Vermont, Barre Partnership kick off effort to drive community-wide energy savings

‘Barre Saves Energy’ starts Wednesday as area businesses meet to learn more about energy efficiency

Want to Cut Energy Costs this Summer? No Sweat.

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

Hannaford Supermarkets Named a 2016 Northeast Business Leader for Energy Efficiency

Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) has chosen Hannaford Supermarkets as a 2016 Northeast Business Leader for Energy Efficiency for its efforts to foster the economy and protect the environment via its commitment to energy efficiency. Hannaford is the award recipient for Vermont.

Ceremony launches Vermont's first, multi-family Passive House building

Efficiency Vermont Director Liz Gamache joined state and local officials, and leaders from finance and nonprofit housing organizations at a groundbreaking ceremony on May 2nd that marked the construction start of an innovative, affordable housing community for seniors in Milton, VT.

Money-Making Spring Cleaning

As sure as the return of longer days and songbirds to Vermont, spring cleaning season is back. According to Efficiency Vermont, your spring cleaning efforts could bring you more than a tidy house. They could save you some money.

Rebates available for Vermont maple sugar makers to save energy

At the end of each sugaring season Vermont maple sugar makers often invest in equipment upgrades to improve their production and reduce their costs for the following year. Efficiency Vermont offers a number of rebates to help maple sugarers increase the energy efficiency of their operations.

Efficiency Vermont and community partners devote full day of outreach in Randolph and Bennington

Seeking to develop relationships and form partnerships to promote energy efficiency and clean energy in both the greater Randolph Area and Bennington, Efficiency Vermont Director Liz Gamache ushered in April with full-day visits in each community to meet business leaders, elected officials, customers, and area residents.

Efficiency Vermont wins national honor for ‘sustained excellence’

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized Efficiency Vermont for its long-standing success in saving Vermonters money through energy efficiency.

Vermont snowmaking upgrades prove timely

A concerted investment by Vermont ski and snowboard areas last year in high efficiency snowmaking equipment is paying dividends for skiers and riders this season, allowing many Vermont resorts to maintain open trail counts despite fluctuating weather patterns.

Snowmaking vs Kilowatts: Helping Vermont Resorts Tackle Energy Consumption

Efficiency Vermont has been teaming with ski resorts to reduce energy consumption for a decade with recent focus on snowmaking operations. John McMurry, a lead Efficiency Vermont engineer in this effort talks about the past, present and future of this initiative in Vermont and beyond on Vermont Public Radio's Wintry Mix podcast.

Efficiency Vermont warns shoppers about low-quality LEDs flooding the market

Each day more and more light-emitting diode (LED) lighting products are showing up on the shelves of Vermont stores. LEDs are known for requiring very little energy to power, lasting for more than 20 years, and providing excellent quality light. Unfortunately, some LED products have recently started to flood the lighting market that may not perform when it comes to light quality, energy savings, and lifetime.

Bennington kicks off six-month push to drive downtown energy savings

Downtown Bennington community leaders gathered yesterday at the Catamount Tap House to learn more about plans to rally around energy efficiency.

Efficiency Vermont Announces New Construction Partners of the Year

Today Efficiency Vermont named two Vermont design firms as Partners of the Year in energy efficient design and construction at its annual Better Buildings by Design Conference in Burlington. The awards honor Hayward Design Build, in Colchester, and Rutland-based Engineering Services of Vermont.

Weatherization Works Honored for Energy Saving Renovation

Weatherization Works of Pawlett has received a “Best of the Best” award for energy efficient renovation from Efficiency Vermont. The contractors earned top honors for their renovation of an historic inn in Poultney.

Greensboro Contractors Win Award for Energy Saving Home Renovation

Greensboro-based Vermont Energy Audits has received a “Best of the Best” award for energy efficient renovation from Efficiency Vermont. The contractors earned top honors for converting a drafty, late-20th-century house into a comfortable home that now uses significantly less heating fuel. Vermont Energy Audits did extensive air sealing and insulation work in the 5,000+ square-foot home’s attic and basement that is expected to lower heating costs by more than $3,000 per year.

New Frameworks Construction Honored for Efficient Building & Renovation

New Frameworks Construction has received two “Best of the Best” awards for energy efficient construction and renovation from Efficiency Vermont. The Burlington firm took top honors for its design of a new house in Middlesex and for its improvements to a Norwich home.

Maclay Architects and Building Performance Services Honored for Efficient Renovation

Two Waitsfield firms have received Efficiency Vermont’s “Best of the Best” awards for energy efficient renovation. Maclay Architects was recognized for its renovation of Websterville office building, while Building Performance Services was honored for its energy saving improvements to a home in Moretown.

Joseph Architects Honored for Energy-Saving Building

Joseph Architects has received a “Best of the Best” award for energy efficient construction and renovation from Efficiency Vermont. The Waterbury-based firm was tapped for the honor for its design of a cold-storage and shipping facility for the Capital Candy Company in Barre. Joseph Architects shares the award with project construction manager Connor Contracting of Berlin.

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