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Progress Tracking

Residential Battery Storage (2018)

Customer-sited facilities that store electricity for back-up power in the case of an outage. Some behind-the-meter facilities are still owned and can also be operated by the utility for offsetting peak demand, voltage regulation, and more. Only town-level data is available. As a relatively new technology, a statewide permitting process has not been established for energy storage projects. The Dashboard currently visualizes data from Green Mountain Power’s Tesla Powerwall and Grassroots Solar. Years Available: 2018

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Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps (2015-2017)

Displays Air Source and Ground Source Heat Pumps. Air Source Heat Pump installations (also called mini-splits, cold-climate heat pumps, and ductless heat pumps), used for building heating and cooling. Each installation may include multiple heads, or splits, in the building. The Dashboard visualizes aggregate data from Efficiency Vermont, based on rebates submitted by customers who purchase Heat Pumps. Years Available: 2015-2017. Source(s): Efficiency Vermont - Note: Efficiency Vermont began supporting Cold Climate Heat Pumps in 2015, so there’s no data in 2014 for these. Projects attributed to Tier III in 2017 are included. Ground Source Heat Pump (also called geothermal) installations, used for building heating and cooling. The Dashboard visualizes aggregate data from Efficiency Vermont, based on rebates submitted by customers who purchase Heat Pumps. Note: Efficiency Vermont began supporting CCHPs in 2015. GSHPs aren’t popular, so the volume of projects is low. Projects attributed to Tier III in 2017 are included.

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Residential Battery Storage (2018)

Customer-sited facilities that store electricity for back-up power in the case of an outage. Some behind-the-meter facilities are still owned and can also be operated by the utility for offsetting peak demand, voltage regulation, and more. Only town-level data is available. As a relatively new technology, a statewide permitting process has not been established for energy storage projects. The Dashboard currently visualizes data from Green Mountain Power’s Tesla Powerwall and Grassroots Solar. Years Available: 2018

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