Letter to the editor: Energy credits tutorial helped

Thank you, Roger White, for demystifying the arcane subject of renewable energy credits.

Community forum: Lawmakers crafting climate policy

The current legislative semester is crucial in Vermont’s effort to address the climate crisis.

Climate Matters: Paying more to heat your home?

Despite the recent rises in oil and propane prices, my wife and I are not paying more to heat our home this winter. That is because we use cold-climate heat pumps.

Letter to the editor: Offshore wind a good energy option for Vermont

While our state strives to reach a goal of 75% of our energy from renewable sources by 2032, we do have obstacles.

Top 10 of 2021: Renewable energy projects finally come to the fore

Work on renewable energy projects made quiet but significant progress in our communities this past year.

Letter to the editor: Vermont falls short in true renewable energy efforts

I am a Bristol Energy Committee member and here are my thoughts on Vermont’s energy policy.

Opinion: Vermont not so green when it comes to ‘green’ energy

What, isn’t Vermont “Green”? Of course it is, right? Wrong. Green Mountain Power, which is owned by a Canadian natural gas distributor and supplies 70% of Vermont with electricity, claims that their energy supply is 94% carbon free and more than 63% renew … (read more)