ENERGIZE VERMONT supports locally distributed renewable energy production. This means that we support renewable energy projects where the energy generated is used at, or very near, to the generation source. This reduces the costs and energy loss involved in energy distribution, as well as the impacts on the environment and the community of large scale industrial renewable energy production projects.
SOLAR energy demand is increasing rapidly! More and more residences are utilizing solar to reduce their energy costs and demand on conventional energy and fossil fuels. Due to the increasing competition among providers of solar energy and significant tax incentives, solar energy is becoming a viable option for homeowners, business owners and municipalities.
To find out more about adding solar to your energy portfolio, visit some of the links below:
Click here for a Solar Guide, which provides Vermonters and others with information about how buildings can capture the sun’s energy.
Click here for a list from the Vermont Public Service Board of companies providing solar energy services in Vermont
The Million Solar Roofs initiative is a nation-wide initiative to install solar systems on the roofs of one million homes and businesses across the United States by 2010.
Community Solar Resources
- Vermont Law School Group Net Metering Recommendations
- Recommendation for LLC Model for Community Solar Projects
- Community Solar Glossary of Terms
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