Chair of REV Board Jeff Forward’s Statement on Gabrielle Stebbins Resignation

After nearly five years in the role as Executive Director of REV, Gabrielle Stebbins will be leaving in late December to pursue new opportunities. Read full statement here.

Green Mountain Power Proposes Strategic Extension of Net Metering for Vermont Homeowners and Businesses

Green Mountain Power has reached the original net metering cap set and agreed on by solar developers and lawmakers. Green Mountain Power will outline its’ plan and ask to extend the net metering process on a limited basis in a filing with the public service board. To read the full Green Mountain Power Press Release, click here.

On behalf of Renewable Energy Vermont, Executive Director Gabrielle Stebbins has issued the following statement:

“Vermonters’ strong commitment to clean energy has caused Green Mountain Power to reach its current net-metering limit. Renewable Energy Vermont is appreciative the utility has fashioned a thoughtful approach so more Vermont homes, businesses, schools and farms can go renewable while keeping thousands of Vermonters employed in clean energy.”

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RE2015: “Leading the Energy REVolution” Presentations Are Now Available

Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to RE:2015 “Leading the Energy REVolution”, it was truly an incredible and thought-provoking day and a half once again. For those of you interested in reviewing presentations made at RE2015, please click here.

To see our Keynote Speakers address (Yoram Bauman) in its entirety, please click here.

2015 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report

Renewable Energy Vermont statement regarding 2015 Clean Energy Industry Report:

“The 2015 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report results show, again, that investment in local energy and local jobs is a win-win for Vermont.  From efficiency to biomass to solar businesses, we are seeing not only more jobs in Vermont in this sector but also an economic ripple into other sectors with nearly 60% of clean energy businesses relying on Vermont suppliers for more than half of their vendor needs.  This creates a robust network of economic development that keeps all of our dollars circulating locally.  REV welcomes Vermonters interested in this sector to join us on October 8th and 9th at RE2015 “Leading the Energy REVolution”, says Gabrielle Stebbins, Executive Director of Renewable Energy Vermont.

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Wind Power Generates 140% of Denmark’s Electricity Demand

See how Denmark generated enough Wind Energy to meet their domestic electricity demand and then some!

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IRS Rules Favorably on Owner’s Eligibility for Federal Tax Credit for a Community-Shared Solar Project

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Wood Pellet Boiler Incentive: Up to $5,500

When you choose Advanced Wood Pellet Heating, you are choosing a renewable, sustainable, and efficient option. Save now with a new incentive of an average of $5,000 off of a new Wood Pellet Boiler system through 12/31/15.

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The Northeast Biomass Heating Expo (NBHX)

The Northeast Biomass Heating Expo (NBHX) is excited to announce that the 2016 educational conference and expo will be held at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Burlington, Vermont on Wednesday, March 30 – Friday, April 1.

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What’s next for VT’s Climate Change Economy?

Join the Vermont Council on Rural Development as a part of a state-wide series of public forums. Rutland – Paramount Theater on August 26 from 7:00 – 9:00pm. Burlington – Contois Auditorium at City Hall on September 17 from 7:00 – 9:00pm. Brattelboro – Latchis Theater on October 6 from 7:00 – 9:00pm*

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Draker TM Inc. and Inaccess Join Forces

Draker Inc. and Inaccess announced that they would be joining forces in a strategic cooperation agreement to provide industry-leading PV monitoring and asset management solutions

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VELCO Long Range Transmission Plan

VELCO filed the final version of the 2015 Vermont Long-Range Transmission Plan today with the Public Service Board and the Public Service Department as required by 30 V.S.A. § 218c.

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New Heat Saver Loan

The Renewable Energy Resource Center is pleased to announce the new Heat Saver Loan, brought to you by the Vermont Department of Public Service, Efficiency Vermont, and the Vermont Low-Income Trust for Electricity. This loan will be made available starting March 1st, 2015 to residential customers who are looking for an easy, affordable way to finance a home heating or thermal envelope upgrade, including domestic solar hot water and pellet heating system installations. Customers can use the savings generated by their upgrade to help repay their loan. Contact customer service at 888-921-5990.

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Antitrust Notice

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.

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