Renewable Energy Vermont (REV)
For Immediate Release: January 8, 2015
Renewable Energy Vermont Press Statement regarding Governor Shumlin’s 2015 State of the State Address
“Vermont’s renewable energy industry is strongly encouraged by the Governor’s remarks today in support of growing renewable energy jobs here in Vermont while addressing climate change. Clean technology and energy businesses from around the state are prepared to deliver. Our industry has shown that with market stability and predictability, we rise to the challenge, delivering cost-effective renewable energy and fostering well-paying, in-state jobs. REV is looking forward to working with the Administration and the Legislature in the months ahead to continue our momentum in our Green Mountain State.”
Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report: LISTEN to the Radio Discussion with REV, SunCommon, Cutting Edge Energy and Efficiency Vermont.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Vermont Businesses Celebrate Growing Jobs, Strong Local Support, and Clean Energy. Governor Shumlin released the results of the first Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report. The report showed that more than 15,000 Vermonters work in the clean energy industry, which expects to see an additional 12% in growth over the next year. For more results you may view the report HERE.
The Board of Renewable Energy Vermont is pleased to release its Position Statement regarding energy transmission through Vermont:
For other recent announcements:
- Read – REV’s 20% Total Energy by 2020
- Read – Press Release regarding 20 X 2020
- Read – Press Release regarding Biomass Energy Agreement
- Read – Memorandum of Understanding between Vermont and Upper Austria
REV is Vermont’s only non-profit, non-partisan renewable energy trade association working to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and expanding the availability of renewable sources of energy throughout the state and region. Throughout the year, we work at the Statehouse, the Public Service Board, and the Public Service Department to promote clean, renewable energy in Vermont. Additionally, REV has created an ever-expanding business network for businesses, organizations, and individuals involved in Vermont’s renewable energy economy. Read more about REV and the work we’ve been doing, and consider joining REV today! Click the links below to navigate our website.
Read the Vermont Public Service Department Net-Metering Study
Learn about your renewable energy options.
Find a solar or wind installer near you.
Become a Partner Installer with the Vermont Small Scale Renewable Energy Incentive Program
Learn about Renewable Energy Vermont’s legislative and policy work.
Find a renewable energy business, from consulting and legal firms to installers, distributors and manufacturers.
Attend a course, event, or conference.
REV is a trade association of competitors. Thus, compliance with antitrust laws is essential. It is extremely important that you avoid any communications with other member companies that might be construed to involve any competitively sensitive matters, including the following topics:
* Prices or costs of producing a product
* Terms and conditions of sales or purchases
* Limits on production or product lines
* Allocating customers or territories
* Marketing plans
* Analysis or projections of industry conditions unless specifically approved in advance by counsel
* Refusing to deal with a customer or supplier or agreeing to treat a customer or supplier in a certain way
* Bidding for, or solicitation of, particular customers or suppliers