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Vermont officials like to talk up the state's green reputation, but when it comes to creating jobs in clean-energy industries, the state lags its neighbors.
WATERBURY, Vt. â€” Vermont is opening eight sites on state land to maple sugar making, giving interested syrup makers until July 10 to get their applications in.
A new national study says jobs in Vermont's green energy economy are growing faster than other employment sectors in the state, and are easily outpacing the national average for growth in green jobs.
Paul Gipe, author of Wind Energy Basics: A Guide to Home- and Community-Scale Wind Energy Systems, Second Edition, brings us this huge renewable energy news for the Green Mountain State: on Wednesday, May 27, Vermont became the first state to put into law a feed-in tariff for small wind generation, along with other small-scale renewables [...]
MANCHESTER â€“ Almost 500 homeowners in Vermont received energy-saving tips and devices with a personal touch through Efficiency Vermont's Community Energy Mobilization Project pilot program, according to organizer Paul Markowitz.
A new Vermont law designed to promote renewable energy in the state is winning praise both from the renewable energy industry and anti-nuclear activists.
A federal grant will fund the installation of solar-powered water heaters at affordable housing complexes in four Vermont towns.
H. 446 is the first legislation calling for a full system of advanced renewable tariffs in the US to pass the legislature and become law....
Vermontâ€™s feed-in tariff legislation became law at the end of business on May 27, 2009.H. 446 is the first legislation calling for a full system ofadvanced renewable tariffs in the US to pass the legislature and become
Gov. James Douglas allowed a major renewable energy bill to become law Wednesday without his signature after raising concerns earlier this year that it would lead to increased electrical costs for Vermonters.