Building Our Renewable Energy Future
Accelerating Energy Transformation
REV connects people and advances total renewable energy solutions.
Who We Are
Renewable Energy Vermont represents businesses, non-profits, utilities, and individuals committed to reducing our reliance on dirty fossil fuels by increasing clean renewable energy and energy efficiency in Vermont.
What We Do
Through advocacy, engagement, outreach and education, REV works tirelessly to enable everyone to access and benefit from renewable energy.
We drive environmental, energy, and economic policies that cut climate pollution, increase energy independence, and create sustainable local jobs. At the State House, Public Utility Commission, State agencies, with our Congressional delegation and beyond, REV works across the political spectrum to remove barriers and expand opportunities for everyone to benefit from renewable energy solutions.
Our annual conference and expo convenes leaders across New England and Canada to share ideas and best practices, showcase new technologies and receive policy updates. REV’s conference is the premier renewable energy networking event in northern New England, with more than 525 attendees.
REV and GMP Launch Incentive Program for Home Batteries and High-Speed Charging
Working together while also saving money through renewable energy technologies is the way to meet our climate commitments and create more resilient communities. Vermonters can work with any of our local business REV members and GMP, and also choose among several different connected products to participate.
Automatic pellet system gives WEC members convenient, clean energy Just like local food helps the economy, when you use biomass, the money stays in the local economy because the resource supply is local. And it helps create a healthier forest, by managing the...
Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) announced that it will join Representative Peter Welch and 165 other Members of Congress in calling for an extension of the investment tax credit (ITC) for renewable energy investments, including energy storage. The Renewable Energy...
The federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for residential solar systems will be ramping down. Effective January 1, 2020, the tax credit for qualifying residential solar systems will drop from 30% to 26%. If you are considering residential solar, act now to qualify for...
Signup for Email Updates
© 2019 Renewable Energy Vermont