Working to improve the way we produce and use energy in Charlotte since 2010.
Tracking the data, progress, and networks that result from various renewable energy and sustainability projects is just as important as beginning the projects themselves! Here are various ways in which we can work to follow up on our efforts to reduce our impact on the Earth.
The Vermont Energy Dashboard is Vermont’s go-to resource to help towns, businesses, and individuals take action to help us meet our 90% renewable by 2050 goals, and to track our collective progress along the way.
Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) : ECOS Plan/Regional Energy Plan
Vermont State profile (US EIA)
Initiative for Energy Justice: What can we each do to advance equity and justice in our field of work?
The Justice in 100 Scorecard answers this question specifically in the context of renewable energy standards, a policy framework now central to the transition to renewable energy.
The Department of Public Service produces reports on the Renewable Energy Standard (RES) annually as well as a biennial program performance report on all renewable energy programs.
Energy Action Network (EAN) works to achieve Vermont’s climate and energy commitments in ways that create a more just, thriving, and sustainable future for Vermonters.