Energy

The CCRPC is committed to working with our communities and regional partners toward the goal of getting to 90% renewable by 2050 and reduce total energy consumption by one third by 2050. We assist towns with drafting the energy element of their town plans. Addressing energy in the town plan involves an analysis of energy usage, identifying potential efficiency opportunities, which includes focusing on land use and transportation strategies, and identifying potential renewable energy resources. As a regional organization, we also regularly convene local energy committees to provide information and networking events. Additionally, we work collaboratively with Drive Electric Vermont to promote the widespread adoption of electric vehicles and electric vehicle infrastructure.

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES

BUILDINGS

ENERGY PLANNING

  • Climate Change and Land Use » | This guide is intended to provide municipalities with guidance on how to amend the land use regulations to limit low density sprawl, enable compact walkable neighborhoods, and protect the working and natural landscape to ensure climate change resilience.
  • Energy Revolving Loan Fund Presentation » | This presentation provides municipalities with information on how to start an Energy Revolving Loan Fund to pay for energy and efficiency projects including heat pumps and electric vehicle charging stations.
  • 2021 Efficiency Vermont Energy Data for Municipalities » | This report represents only the data Efficiency Vermont collects from Green Mountain Power and Vermont Electric Coop. This is not a comprehensive report of all the energy improvements conducted by VT Gas, Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity, and other energy vendors. Also, Burlington Electric Department data is NOT included in the Chittenden County totals.
  • Chittenden County Regional Energy Plan » | The CCRPC developed a focused Regional Energy Plan to advance the State’s Comprehensive Energy Plan’s climate and energy goals while also being consistent with municipal and regional land use plans.
  • Energy Planning & Implementation Guidebook for Vermont Communities »

CONTACT

For more information or to be added to the energy distribution list, please contact Ann Janda, CCRPC Senior Energy Project Manager, at (802) 846-4490 x 133.