No energy or tax-related issue in recent memory seems more confusing than the Vermont legislature’s attempt to introduce a carbon tax.
Ultimately, if we’re going to power our lives, then the least we can do is take responsibility for it.
Smart technology has been fully integrated into the way we talk to each other, drive our cars, cook our food and pay for things
As homeowners embrace energy efficiency and reduce their dependence on fossil fuels, heating fuel dealers have an opportunity to move to a new business model .
Collaboration among energy efficiency partners in Vermont offers cost-savings to solar hot water consumers
Energy Co-op of Vermont fosters programs that actually reduce the use of heating fuel!
In a rural state like Vermont the “home grown” solution of heating with wood pellets is particularly appealing.
There’s no viable solar business in Florida …. or not much of one. How strange is that?