Municipal Energy Coordinators and Committees

Town Energy Committees are implementing on-the-ground energy innovation projects in their communities. They are also helping Vermont meet its important Greenhouse Gas Reduction goal and 90 by 2050, all-sector renewable energy goals. These volunteer groups are working with municipal officials, schools, businesses, and neighbors to get buildings weatherized, solar projects electrified, heat pumps installed, transportation options expanded and far more.

ACRPC organized a series of workshops in 2020- information from the meetings can be found in the Energy Section of our Library webpage here. To see other upcoming Energy events, check the Vermont Energy & Climate Action Network (VECAN) calendar here, and join the email discussion group list here.

In Addison County, several Energy Committees have webpages with more information, including Bristol, Middlebury, Monkton, Starksboro, and Weybridge. Several other municipalities also have Energy Committees or Coordinators. To see if your town has an energy committee or coordinator, check the map here.

Don’t see your town or city? Starting or joining a town energy committee is one of the most effective ways to take action on energy and climate change in your community!

For more information on getting started, check out the great resources on the Vermont Energy & Climate Action Network (VECAN)’s Getting Started webpage, including:

The Addison County Regional Planning Commission has partnered with Climate Economy Action Center of Addison County to promote a healthy economy through carbon reduction.

The Addison County Regional Planning Commission works with a number of organizations to bring resources and programs to Addison County, including:

For questions or suggestions concerning Municipal Energy Committees, please contact ACRPC staff planner Andrew L’Roe.

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