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REV is excited to announce the passage of the VT Energy Act of 2011. After months of legislative work, this bill confirms Vermont’s continued commitment to a green economy and energy independence. Learn more about this bill and REV’s past successes at our Legislative Page...
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Renewable Energy Vermont (REV)
Thank you for joining REV’s 13th Annual conference along with several hundred attendees, offering 83 presentations and showcasing 60+ exhibitors.
Also incorporated within the conference were two significant announcements: REV’s 20 by 2020 call to action and the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Vermont and the State of Upper Austria to promote the sustainable expansion of biomass energy.
- 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
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Learn about Renewable Energy Vermont’s legislative and policy work.
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Latest REV News
- National Solar Testing Site Being Launched in Vermont
National Solar Testing Site Being Launched in Vermont By WILSON RING, Associated Press Monday, November 4, 2013 WILLISTON, Vt. (AP) — A seven-acre field in Williston is being converted into an outdoor laboratory where scientists and engineers will study the effectiveness of solar panels when used in areas known for bad weather and long, cold winters, officials said Monday. Once [...]
- Activist DeChristopher Explores Ways to ‘Build a New World’
Source: The Burlington Free Press November 1, 2013 Written by Joel Banner Baird Free Press Staff Writer Activist DeChristopher explores ways to ‘build a new world’ Climate activist Tim DeChristopher explains his vision of how a commitment to bedrock principles can unleash creative effective and peaceful change. He didn’t look tired in the slightest, but last Monday afternoon, Tim DeChristopher [...]
- Alternative Energy Leaders Gather for Conference
October 29, 2013 from The Barre/Montpelier Times Argus by Wilson Ring, Associated Press SOUTH BURLINGTON — Vermont could create thousands of jobs if it used locally produced biomass to heat about 20 percent of the state’s homes and businesses using modern, energy efficient equipment, an official said Monday. “There is no reason why this state of Vermont should [...]
- Trade Group Calls for Big Build-Out of Renewable Energy
October 29, 2013, from VPR by John Dillon South Burlington – Renewable energy businesses are calling on Vermont to meet 20 percent of its energy needs in six years from sustainable energy sources. The goals include more solar and wind systems, plus a carbon tax to fund new investments in efficiency programs. Vermont now meets about 11 percent [...]
- Vermont Group Calls for Greener Power, Sooner
Renewable Energy Vermont calls for 20 percent clean power by 2020 October 29, 2013, from The Burlington Free Press by Joel Banner Baird SOUTH BURLINGTON — A new deadline looms large: Within seven years, Vermont must double its current commitment to renewable energy — or risk falling short of longer term goals, a trade group has declared. Renewable Energy Vermont announced [...]