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Shumlin Hails Business' Progress At Saving Power
Tuesday, 07/24/12
Ten of 69 Vermont businesses that signed up to try to trim their electrical usage by 7.5 percent over two years have met that goal with the program just half over.
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Governor To Launch Second Year Of Efficiency Effort
Monday, 07/23/12
Gov. Peter Shumlin is heading to Rutland to help launch the second year of an effort to get Vermont businesses to step up their energy efficiency efforts.
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Vt. Towns Aiming To Go Green Remove, Change Streetlights
Monday, 04/23/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Finding greater energy efficiency is a proposition facing many Vermont communities, and towns hoping to save on energy costs are starting small - with their streetlights.
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Energy Group Highlights Money-Saving Designs, Innovations
Wednesday, 02/08/12
By Neal Charnoff
Efficiency Vermont is holding its annual Better Buildings By Design Conference this week in Burlington. The group says innovations in efficiency could save Vermonters a significant amount of money that's currently being spent on out-of-state fuel services. 
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VT Ranked #1 On Saving Energy Use
Friday, 06/24/11
By Mitch Wertlieb
A report by the American Council on Energy Efficiency Economy shows Vermont is still ranked first when it comes to saving on energy usage.
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Founder Of Efficiency Vermont Dies
Tuesday, 04/12/11
By Ross Sneyd
The founder of the energy efficiency utility known as Efficiency Vermont has died. Blair Hamilton was 61. He's being remembered as one of the earliest and most tireless advocates for energy efficiency.
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Efficiency Vermont targets fridges
Thursday, 07/23/09
Efficiency Vermont is launching a new program that will help people save money and the environment by paying them $30 for old refrigerators.
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