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Energy campaigns can help generate concrete action on the ground by mobilizing communities around energy goals.  Your community can create a local campaign: weatherizing homes, expanding rooftop solar, switching to renewable heat, increasing carshares, and more!  Or you can participate in a broader ongoing campaign in support statewide energy goals.  To launch a campaign in your community, click the green "Become a Campaign Manager" button aboveTo participate in any campaign, scroll through the list below and click on the green "Submit Actions".

Campaigns in Middlebury

  • The Vermont Climate Pledge Coalition Tracker

    Start: 09/25/17 End: 01/1/25

    The Vermont Climate Pledge Coalition is a state-wide coalition of businesses, non-profits, municipalities, and institutions dedicated to achieving the targets set by the United States in the December 2015 Paris Climate Agreement as well as Vermont’s own renewable energy goals. The Coalition, launched by Mayor Miro Weinberger of Burlington and Governor Phil Scott, seeks to reduce Vermont’s greenhouse gas emissions by 26-28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025 and achieve 90% renewable energy by 2050. All Vermont organizations are welcome to become Coalition members and formally register their actions and pledges as part of the Coalition’s campaign on the Community Energy Dashboard.

    If you are an official representative submitting actions and pledges on behalf of your business, municipal government, non-profit, farm, institution, or other organization, welcome! If you are a homeowner seeking to enter residential actions, please do so via the main Community Energy Dashboard Actions tab at the top of the page.

    What qualifies as an action or pledge?

    An action is an ongoing initiative or project that will reduce your organization's greenhouse gas emissions, or an initiative or project completed since joining the Coalition.

    pledge is a promise to achieve or implement something new in the future, or a commitment to expand a current initiative in some significant way.

    Note: If you have any problems with this page - ie. buttons or fields not appearing - please make sure you are using a compatible browser (last two most recent versions of Chrome, Opera, Safari, Edge or at least Internet Explorer 11).  If that does not work, please check to see if your ad-blocker software or firewall is blocking anything on this page. Still no luck, email dashboard@eanvt.org.

    View Progress or Submit Actions

  • Town Meeting Energy Survey

    Start: 01/16/18 End: 05/1/18

    Town Meeting Day is all about coming together as a community on important issues and decisions. How Vermonters, towns, and the state grapple with more resourceful ways to consume energy and continuing our transitioning to more local, renewable energy supplies will be one of those issues.  This survey is an opportunity for Vermonters to demonstrations actions they personally have taken or plan to take in support of the state's 90% renewable by 2050 goals. 

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  • Button Up Vermont 2017

    Start: 09/8/17 End: 12/31/17

    Ready for winter? We’ve got your checklist.

    Button Up Vermont is a community-based, public outreach campaign to promote home energy efficiency improvements – particularly helping people reduce heating and cooling costs. 

    Stay warm and save money this season with these energy-saving solutions. Look at the list of energy savings actions below, and enter new actions that you have taken this heating season to save energy.  Each completed action you enter qualifies you for a chance to win weekly Button Up prizes, like a smart thermostat or a $100 gift certificate to a local hardware store. All raffle entries will be eligible for a grand prize of $500 toward a full home weatherization project. Weekly raffle drawings start on October 16 and run through December 1.

    What qualifies as an action or pledge?

    An action is an ongoing initiative or project completed since during the Button Up Vermont Campaign.

    A pledge is a promise to achieve or implement something new in the future.

    Note: If you have any problems with this page - ie. buttons or fields not appearing - please make sure you are using a compatible browser (last two most recent versions of Chrome, Opera, Safari, Edge or at least Internet Explorer 11).  If that does not work, please check to see if your ad-blocker software or firewall is blocking anything on this page. Still no luck, email dashboard@eanvt.org.​

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