With tag: energy
Vt. Tech Sees Big Energy Savings
Officials at Vermont Technical College say a school competition
and a grant from IBM helped reduce the school's electric bill by more than $40,000 in
Fuel Assistance Now Pays Cash For Those On Wood Heat
By John Dillon
As Vermont heads into the heating season, the state has launched
a major change in how it helps people who heat with wood. For the first time, the fuel
assistance program is making benefits directly to people on electronic debit
Vt. Communities Continue To Seek Energy Efficiencies
In Montpelier, the city's energy committee next Tuesday will host
its first so-called "Energy Challenge Town Meeting." The city says the goal is to help residents get ready for winter by
giving them information about home energy audits and weatherization measures.
Fair Haven Considers Hydro Project
The town's Energy Committee is distributing a study
exploring the feasibility of a low-impact hydro project.
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Nuclear Power After Fukushima
Alex Chadwick examines the future of nuclear power one year after the Fukushima Diichi nuclear disaster.
Seeking Advice, Vt. Launches New Energy Website
Gov. Peter Shumlin has announced the launch of a new government website that he says will serve as a one-stop source of information related to the state's energy plan.
Comment: What revisions would you make to the state's energy plan?