Join REV in moving Vermont to a fossil fuel free future
Existing Vermont law, the Renewable Energy Standard (RES) does nowhere near enough to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from the generation of the electricity we use.
Our Legislature needs to fix the RES so that by 2030 100% of our electricity is from renewable sources with at least 20% of that generated by in-state renewables.
Is Renewable Energy a Threat to Vermont Agriculture?
SummaryVermont has close to 1 million acres of primary agricultural soils. REV’s modeling suggests that we could double our 2030 in-state renewable energy requirement from 10% to 20% of...
Getting to 100% Renewable Energy: Vermont Can’t Rely on Other New England States
As Vermont works to “electrifying everything” and our electric load grows, REV is committed to making sure our electricity comes from truly renewable resources. This is why REV is...
Groundbreaking Renewable Energy Standard Reform Bill Introduced
H.320, An act relating to the Renewable Energy Standard, is a groundbreaking proposal to reform Vermont’s Renewable Energy Standard to prioritize the development of new renewable resources...