Vermonters generate big savings through energy efficiency

Efficiency Vermont Director Jim Merriam sat down with Times Argus Editor Steven Pappas to discuss Vermont's energy picture, and the role of efficiency in helping meet the state's energy goals.

Better Buildings by Design conference explores the cutting edge of energy efficiency

Net zero buildings, which produce as much energy over the course of a year as they consume, are becoming increasingly common.

The EEC: Vermont's investment in energy efficiency

Fox 44 and ABC 22 reporter Michael Page examines the energy efficiency charge on Vermonters' utility bills. What are Vermonters getting for their investment in energy efficiency?

Legislature passes bill authorizing Efficiency Vermont to promote heat pumps

The Vermont House of Representatives approved bill S.202 on May 6th, allowing Efficiency Vermont to offer subsidies for efficient electric heat pumps.

President Obama cites Efficiency Vermont as a national model

In announcing new plans to reduce carbon emissions, President Obama cited Efficiency Vermont's work as a national model.

Governor Shumlin announces thermal efficiency program progress

A partnership between the Department of Public Service, the Clean Energy Development Fund, and VLITE has resulted in $7 million in funding for the Thermal Energy Finance Pilot Program.

Efficiency Vermont a model of successful consumer engagement

Two Efficiency Vermont programs (retail efficient products and SMARTLIGHT) are successful models for achieving widespread energy savings at little cost.

Efficiency Vermont’s three year plan on VPR’s Vermont Edition

Efficiency Vermont might seem like a non-profit that helps you get cheaper, more environmentally friendly light bulbs, but actually, it is a utility.

On Earth Day, Gov. Shumlin announces expansion of efficiency loan program

Marking Earth Day, Gov. Peter Shumlin announced the expansion of the Heat Saver Loan program, which will help Vermonters increase the efficiency of their homes and save money on their energy bills.

PACE program expands reach in Windham County

On April 28, 2015 the town of Brattleboro, VT approved the adoption of Efficiency Vermont’s Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program.

Vermonters could get up to $5,500 by switching to wood pellet heating

Vermonters can get up to $5,500 to help switch from fossil fuel to local wood heating. Cash incentives are available from the Clean Energy Development Fund and Efficiency Vermont.

Vermont State Colleges partner with Efficiency Vermont to establish a green revolving fund to support energy efficiency investments

First state college system in the U.S. to establish revolving fund for sustainability efforts

Vermont is a national leader in college energy efficiency financing

Vermont has more college and university green revolving funds than any other state

Town of Hartford partners with Efficiency Vermont to generate savings

11 projects completed since 2010 have saved energy and money

Vermont businesses raise the bar on energy efficiency

Governor Shumlin marks one year anniversary of Efficiency Vermont’s statewide Business Energy Challenge

Efficiency Vermont announces New Construction Partners of the Year

Efficiency Vermont and Montshire Museum of Science have a great offer for Vermonters

Governor launches Home Energy Challenge

Year-long sprint set to help Vermonters reduce their heating bills

Vermont continues to make progress on comprehensive home energy efficiency

Contractor workforce expands to meet increasing demand

Efficiency Vermont to launch statewide Home Energy Challenge

Year-long effort will aim to increase the number of homes completing comprehensive energy efficiency improvements

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