With tag: energy_efficiency
Loan Program Targets Energy Efficiency, Renewables
By John Dillon
The Shumlin Administration
and legislative leaders have proposed a new public-private loan program to
boost energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. The Clean Energy Loan Fund
would consolidate existing state energy loan programs and increase private
capital directed toward energy projects.
Energy Efficient Design
By Jane Lindholm
It can cost a lot of money to heat your house in
the winter time. There are a few super energy efficient homes being built in
Vermont right now that are so efficient they don't have to spend any money at
all on heating.We'll learn
all about the latest trends in energy efficient construction and how they can
be used in Vermont.
Report Says Vt. Could Save On Heating
Vermont has been a leader in electrical efficiency for more
than a decade. Now a new report says it should turn its attention in a big way
to improving how it heats its buildings.
Welch Announces Energy Efficiency Priorities
Congressman Peter Welch
says providing rebates to homeowners who retrofit their homes is one of
the energy efficiency priorities he will pursue in Congress as a member
of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Grant To Fund Home Efficiency Projects
million dollar grant will help the Burlington Electric Department provide
financing to customers for energy efficiency projects.
State Steps Up Energy Efficiency, Albeit Slowly
Vermont utility regulators have approved a three-year budget
for the statewide energy efficiency utility program that calls for gradual
growth and increases electric rates in each of those years by less than 1
Rutland Competition Rewards Energy Efficiency
Rutland officials are kicking off a countywide competition to
encourage energy efficiency. The competition offers $10,000 rewards to
towns that show the greatest percentage of home energy improvements and the
highest average energy savings per home.