Here are our latest blogs on energy efficiency, politics and policies. 

If we’ve learned anything in the first 16 years of the 21st century, it’s that expecting the unexpected is the best way to plan for the future. If... Read more
On March 30, 2016 the Energy Co-op's General Manager, John Quinney gave testimony about the proposed carbon tax to the Vermont House Committee on... Read more
If you’re the type of person who just went out and purchased a large SUV because gas prices are flirting with $2.00 a gallon, don’t read this.
Kathryn Blume
Here are some thoughts from our guest blogger, Kathryn Blume about how we site energy projects in Vermont – particularly renewables like solar and... Read more
Burning Dollars
Promoting energy efficiency may seem counter-intuitive for a home heating fuel dealer. After all, the more energy efficient our customers’ homes are... Read more
Nest Thermostat
When it comes to your household energy consumption, there are several smart technology options that enable you to save, track or control your energy... Read more
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Why have power companies and regulators in Florida and other sun-heavy states like Virginia and South Carolina resisted creating incentives and... Read more

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How crazy is it that in the state of Florida, where sunny days are the norm for nearly 365 days a year, there is no viable rooftop solar business? As a recent article by Evan Halper in the LA Times... Read more