Governors from eight states sign a mutual agreement that will put into play action steps designed to drive green vehicle growth in coming years.
King Arthur Flour in Vermont turns to solar energy to offer recharging options for drivers of electric vehicles visiting its campus.
Vermont and Québec reach an agreement installing electric vehicle chargers on roads between the two so EV drivers can move about range anxiety free.
While big wind power projects are creating controversy in Vermont, a couple of community-based projects seem to be doing fine.
In recognition of their pioneering green practices, including “Cow Power,” Blue Spruce Farm has received recognition from the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy.
The University of Vermont’s newly remodeled James M. Jeffords Hall, a research lab for the plant sciences, proves that modern research labs can earn LEED, too.
Middlebury College in Vermont is aggressively pursuing its goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2016 by installing an on campus solar farm consisting of 34 solar trackers.
Vermont’s new energy plan recommends nearly eliminating fossil fuel use in heating and transport to obtain 90 percent of its energy from renewables by 2050.
With more than 26,000 solar panels, Green Mountain Power and its customers have exceeded the utility’s goal of installing 10,000 solar panels in 1,000 days.
In an effort to meet aggressive renewable energy goals, the Vermont National Guard has installed a 1.5-megawatt (MW) solar array at its South Burlington base.
The Common Ground Center in Starksboro has announced that its new Eco-Lodge, featuring radiant solar heat and locally harvested wood, is now open for bookings.