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Tracking Our Progress

Vermont has made important commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet more of our energy needs from efficiency and renewable sources. To make progress toward these commitments, it is necessary to both know and then learn from real data and evidence. 

The Energy Atlas combines data from nearly 40 official sources to show progress tracking information. This one-stop shop for energy information and resources represents the first time that such a rich and diverse amount of total energy data has been presented all in one place, in a user-friendly and mappable way. You now have the ability to identify, analyze and map existing and promising locations for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, quickly compare per capita statistics, see annual changes by energy category, view all statistics for your community, and utilize a timeline feature to visualize progress over time.

The following section describes all data available on the Energy Atlas.  Details provided include a link to the original source, types of data available, years available, metrics tracked, and any disclaimers regarding the data.


Types of Maps & Visualizations Available



(BETA) Community Progress Maps

The Community Progress Map shows town, county and state level aggregates of energy data. Topics cover energy generation, usage, and funding. All data is presented per capita. Data is available for all categories. Please click the category below to learn more.


Statistics

The Community Statistics page provides a snapshot of all energy data available and the ability for the user to export the data.

To view your community's data, visit the My Community Page, select your town, and then click on Statistics


Additional Maps and Analysis  

COMING SOON! Additional maps will be found in the 90 by 2050 section. These maps will show aggregate data (total project count as opposed to per capita), further breakdowns of data, and comparisons of sectors.

  • Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps (2015-2017)
  • Residential Battery Storage (2018)
  • Heat Saver Loans (2014-2018)

Electric Generation

Solar Wind Hydro Biofuel Storage Usage


Solar


Ground-mounted PV

Description: PV installed on ground-mounted poles at a fixed angle to the sun.  Sites are first identified through a search of Certificates of Public Good (CPG) issued by the Public Service Department.  Home-owners and developers must obtain from the Public Service Department before installing solar that is connected to the grid.  Green Mountain Power, Burlington Electric, and Vermont Electric Co-Op then verify information on solar sites in their respective service areas. This includes the following:  location, when the site was installed, and that the site is active. Information on solar site in the service areas of other utilities is of lower confidence.  A CPG has been issued, but confirmation that the site was installed and connected is based upon searches of Google Earth.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns:  None
Available Metrics:  Type of Solar Installation, Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2000-2019
Source(s):  Vermont Public Service Department Certificates of Public Good, Green Mountain Power Burlington Electric,  Vermont Electric Co-Op,  Washington Electric Co-Op, Vermont Public Power Supply Authority
Last Update: May 2019 

Note: As of 5/15/2019, EAN is still verifying GMP, VEC, and WEC. Only Burlington Electric and Johnson Water & Light should be considered verified at this date.

 
 

Ground-mounted PV: Tracker

Description: PV installed on ground-mounted trackers that rotate to face the sun throughout the day. Sites are first identified through a search of Certificates of Public Good (CPG) issued by the Public Service Department.  Home-owners and developers must obtain from the Public Service Department before installing solar that is connected to the grid.  Green Mountain Power, Burlington Electric, and Vermont Electric Co-Op then verify information on solar sites in their respective service areas. This includes the following:  location, when the site was installed, and that the site is active. Information on solar site in the service areas of other utilities is of lower confidence.  A CPG has been issued, but confirmation that the site was installed and connected is based upon searches of Google Earth.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Solar Installation, Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2000-2019
Source(s):  Vermont Public Service Department Certificates of Public GoodGreen Mountain Power Burlington Electric,  Vermont Electric Co-OpVillage of Johnson Water & LightWashington Electric Co-Op
Last Update: May 2019 

Note:  As of 5/15/2019, EAN is still verifying GMP, VEC, and WEC. Only Burlington Electric and Johnson Water & Light should be considered verified at this date.


Roof-Mounted PV

Description: PV installed on residential and commercial rooftops at a fixed angle to the sun. Sites are first identified through a search of Certificates of Public Good (CPG) issued by the Public Service Department.  Home-owners and developers must obtain from the Public Service Department before installing solar that is connected to the grid.  Green Mountain Power, Burlington Electric, and Vermont Electric Co-Op then verify information on solar sites in their respective service areas. This includes the following:  location, when the site was installed, and that the site is active. Information on solar site in the service areas of other utilities is of lower confidence.  A CPG has been issued, but confirmation that the site was installed and connected is based upon searches of Google Earth.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Solar Installation, Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2000-2019
Source(s):  Vermont Public Service Department Certificates of Public GoodGreen Mountain Power Burlington Electric,  Vermont Electric Co-OpVillage of Johnson Water & Light, Washington Electric Co-op
Last Update: May 2019 

Note:  As of 5/15/2019, EAN is still verifying GMP, VEC, and WEC. Only Burlington Electric and Johnson Water & Light should be considered verified at this date.


Solar Canopy

Description: PV installed on canopies above parking lots. Data is from the Certificate of Public Good (CPG)  home-owners and developers must obtain from the Public Service Department before installing solar that is connected to the grid. Data for solar sites in the Burlington Electric and Vermont Electric Co-Op service areas was verified by the utility as accurate.  before installing solar that is connected to the grid.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Solar Installation, Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2000-2019
Source(s):  Vermont Public Service Department Certificates of Public GoodGreen Mountain Power Burlington Electric,  Vermont Electric Co-OpVillage of Johnson Water & LightWashington Electric Co-op
Last Update: April 2019 

Note:  As of 5/15/2019, EAN is still verifying GMP, VEC, and WEC. Only Burlington Electric and Johnson Water & Light should be considered verified at this date.


Wind


Large Wind

Description: Wind turbines with capacity ratings greater than 100 kW. All large and small wind projects require a Certificate of Public from the Public Service Department. .
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Installation, Address, Capacity.
Years Available: 2001-2019
Source(s):  Vermont Public Service Department Certificates of Public GoodGreen Mountain PowerVermont Electric Co-OpVillage of Johnson Water & LightWashington Electric Co-op
Last update: April 2019 

Note:  As of 5/15/2019, EAN is still verifying GMP, VEC, and WEC. Only Burlington Electric and Johnson Water & Light should be considered verified at this date


Small Wind

Description: Wind turbines with capacity ratings from 1 to 100  All large and small wind projects require a Certificate of Public Good from the Public Service Department.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Installation, Address, Capacity.
Years Available: 2001-2019
Source(s):  Vermont Public Service Department Certificates of Public GoodGreen Mountain Power Burlington Electric,  Vermont Electric Co-OpVillage of Johnson Water & LightWashington Electric Co-op
Last update: April 2019 

Note:  As of 5/15/2019, EAN is still verifying GMP, VEC, and WEC. Only Burlington Electric and Johnson Water & Light should be considered verified at this date


Hydro


Large Hydro

Description: Hydroelectric plants with capacity ratings greater than 100 kW. Hydroelectric projects built in Vermont require a Certificate of Public Good from the Public Service Department.  The Dashboard visualizes the following data from these CPGs. Date of construction was derived from a variety of sources.  Please note:  Construction lasted years from many projects and many dams of theses dam have not operated continuously and came in and out of production during their lifetime.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2016-2019
Source(s): Vermont Public Service Department Certificates of Public Good, Vermont Center for Geographic Information, Vermont Independent Power Producers AssociationGreen Mountain Power
Last Update: April  2019 


Micro Hydro

Description: Hydroelectric plants with capacity ratings typically between 5kW and 100kW that use the natural flow of water. Hydroelectric projects built in Vermont require a Certificate of Public Good from the Public Service Department. The Dashboard visualizes the following data from these CPGs. Date of construction was derived from a variety of sources.  Please note:  Construction lasted years from many projects and many dams of theses dam have not operated continuously and came in and out of production during their lifetime.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2016-2019
Source(s): Vermont Public Service Department Certificates of Public GoodVermont Center for Geographic InformationVermont Independent Power Producers AssociationGreen Mountain Power
Last Update:April 2019


Biofuel


 

Utility Scale Biomass Electricity 

Description: All electric projects require a Certificate of Public Good from the Public Service Department. The Dashboard visualizes the following data from these CPGs
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Installation, Address, Capacity
Years Available:  1984-2019
Source(s): Vermont Public Service DepartmentGreen Mountain Power
Last Update: April 2019


Anaerobic Digester

Description: All electric projects require a Certificate of Public Good from the Public Service Department. The Dashboard visualizes the following data from these CPGs
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Installation, Address, Capacity  
Years Available:2005-2019
Source(s): Vermont Public Service Department, United States Environmental Protect Agency AgStar Program
Last Update: September 2018


Landfill Methane

Description: Plants that combust landfill gas from decomposing organic material to generate electricity. The Dashboard visualizes the following data from these CPGs
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Installation, Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2005-2019
Source(s): Vermont Public Service Department
Last Update:: April 2019


Battery Storage


Utility Scale - In Front of Meter

Description: Utility owned and managed, large scale facilities that store electricity for offsetting peak demand, voltage regulation, resiliency, and/or other purposes. The data displayed on the Atlas shows all projects were a Certificate of Public Good is currently pending or has been approved.  A few earlier projects established before the CPG requirements are also included. . 
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Installation, Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2018
Source(s): Vermont Public Service DepartmentEnergy Storage Report to the Vermont Legislature, and local media sources.
Last update: April 2019


Residential & Commercial Scale - Behind Meter

Description: Consumer-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.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Type of Installation, Address, Capacity
Years Available: 2018-2019
Source(s): Green Mountain Power (GMP)
Last Update: March 2019


Electric Usage

 

Note: We are in the process of correcting a data error for towns that did not provide complete data.  The data currently displayed is not accurate.  


Description: Efficiency Vermont receives billing data (customer information and monthly usage data) from Vermont electric distribution utilities for the purpose of supporting energy efficiency programs and services. As a result, the accuracy customer counts and consumption data contained in this report is completely dependent on the quality and availability of data provided by each electric distribution utility. All utility data contained in this report is subject to regular updates and corrections as needed.
Efficiency Vermont has not received billing data from Hardwick Electric Department since Q2 2016.  Towns within this service territory will not display a complete set of annual usage data.
Efficiency Vermont is obligated to protect the confidentiality of all Vermont electric ratepayers and the customers we serve. This requires that even aggregated utility data is made secure and potential personally identifiable information (PII) is obscured.  Efficiency Vermont has adopted an industry standard that helps ensure customer anonymity and privacy when externally sharing utility customer and usage data.  As such, town sector-level results have been excluded from this report if that town has fewer than 15 customers for one sector (e.g. Residential sector, Commercial & Industrial sector, etc.).

Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: Residential/Non-Residential (Commerical & Industrial)
Available Metrics: Total Annual Electric Usage, Total Annual Residential Electric Usage, Total Annual Commercial and Industrial Electric Usage
Years Available: 2015-2017
Source(s): Efficiency Vermont, Burlington Electric Department
Last Update:  November 2018

 


Thermal and Electrical Efficiency

Bldg Efficiency  Advanced Wood Heat  Heat Pumps  Hot Water 


Building Efficiency


OEO/Weatherization Assistance Program

Description: Weatherization projects completed as part of the Weatherization Assistance Program (income eligible). Savings, cost and participant data is subject to change due to annual verification by the Public Service Department.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: Residential 
Years Available: 2008-2017
Available Metrics: Number of Housing Units Comprehensively Weatherized
Source(s): Office of Economic Opportunity, Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF)
Last Update:  April 2019


Efficiency Vermont

Description: Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® projects completed by Efficiency Vermont, including those completed in partnership with Vermont Gas Systems and Burlington Electric Department. This program provides a comprehensive whole-house approach to diagnosing and addressing thermal, health and safety issues in the home to ensure a more energy efficient, comfortable, safe, and healthy home  Savings, cost and participant data is subject to change due to annual verification by the Public Service Department.  Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® project counts are not inclusive of other Vermont Gas Systems retrofit programs


Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: Residential 
Available Metrics: Number of Housing Units Comprehensively Weatherized (Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®) Electric Savings, Thermal Savings
Years Available: 2010-2017
Source(s): Efficiency Vermont Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®
Last Update: September 2018

 

Vermont Gas Systems

Description: Weatherization projects completed by VT Gas outside of the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® program. Town Level data is available on the Community Progress Map. Savings, cost and participant data is subject to change due to annual verification by the Public Service Department.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: Residential
Available Metrics: Number of Housing Units Comprehensively Weatherized, Electric Savings, Thermal Savings,
Years Available: 2009-2017
Source(s): Vermont Gas Systems
Last Update: September 2018

Note: The residential sector is counted by "units", not by project. For example, if a residential building is multifamily with 4 units, then 4 units are reported. Vermont Gas Systems reports residential data reported on a per unit basis. Since these projects are required to be “comprehensive” as defined by the state, any “equipment only” completions are not included in the data displayed.


3E Thermal (Apartments)

Description: Weatherization projects completed by 3E Thermal on multi-family housing units. Town Level data on multi-unit projects is available on the Community Progress Map. Savings, cost and participant data is subject to change due to annual verification by the Public Service Department.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: Residential 
Available Metrics: Number of Housing Units Comprehensively Weatherized, Thermal Savings
Years Available: 2011-2017
Source(s): 3E Thermal
Last Update:  September 2018


Burlington Electric Department

Description: Weatherization projects completed by the Burlington Electric Department. Town level data is available on the Community Progress Map. Savings, cost and participant data is subject to change due to annual verification by the Public Service Department.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Available Breakdowns: Residential 
Available Metrics: Number of Housing Units Comprehensively Weatherized, Electric Savings, Thermal Savings
Years Available: 2009-2017
Source(s): Burlington Electric Department
Last Update:  September 2018


Green Buildings


Energy Star Certified Buildings

Description: Includes any green buildings certified by the EPA's Energy Star Certification program. Includes any green buildings certified by the EPA's Energy Star Certification program. 
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Number of Sites
Years Available: 2002-2019
Source(s): U.S. Green Building CouncilVermont Green Building Network
Last Update: April 2019


LEED Certified Buildings

Description: Includes any green buildings rated LEED Certified (or higher) by the U.S. Green Building Council. Includes any green buildings rated LEED Certified (or higher) by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Number of Sites
Years Available:  2003-2019
Source(s): U.S. Green Building CouncilVermont Green Building Network
Last Update: April 2019

Vermont Green Building Network

Advanced Wood Heat


Community-Scale Advanced Wood Heat

Description: Advanced wood heating plants that serve community-scale facilities, including schools, hospitals, prisons, municipal buildings, and more.  Community-scale facilities are larger than residential and smaller than industrial. In general, these are in the 0.5 to 15 MMBtu/hour (heat output) size range, but can include larger systems in the case of campus or district energy systems. This database was created by the Biomass Energy Resource Center but has not been updated in several years. The data displayed has been supplemented by additional data from BERC and other sources, but should not be considered a complete of community-scale biomass sites in Vermont.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Number of Sites
Years Available: 1980-2018
Source(s): Biomass Energy Resource Center
Last Update: April 2019


Chips (Boilers or Furnaces)

Description: Efficient boilers or furnaces that burn woodchips. The organizations below each provided funding for Advanced Wood Heat Projects in Vermont.  Project counts and other associated data displayed is based on information provided from each of these organizations.   
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Total Number of Projects Completed, Total Fossil Fuel Displaced Annually
Years Available: 2008-2018
Source(s): Biomass Energy Resource CenterClean Energy Development FundRenewable Energy Resource Center, Efficiency Vermont
Last Update: May 2018


Pellets (Boilers or Furnaces)

Description: Efficient boilers or furnaces that burn wood pellets. The organizations below each provided funding for Advanced Wood Heat Projects in Vermont.  Project counts and other associated data displayed is based on information provided from each of these organizations.   
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Total Number of Projects Completed, Total Fossil Fuel Displaced Annually
Years Available:  2018-2019
Source(s): Biomass Energy Resource Center, Clean Energy Development Fund, Renewable Energy Resource CenterEfficiency Vermont
Last Update: May 2018


Wood Stove Change-Out Program: Pellet and Cordwood 

Description: Upgraded residential pellet or cordwood stoves (replacing an older, less efficient model). Since these programs only represent a fraction of wood stove upgrades, we have chosen to not display this data on the Community Progress Maps.  The data instead be found under Additional Maps: Wood Stove Change Out
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Number of Projects Completed, Reduction in Particulate Matter Emissions
Years Available:  2016-2018
Source(s): Renewable Energy Resource CenterEfficiency Vermont, Wood Stove Change Out 
Last Update: May 2018


Heat Pumps


Air Source Heat Pumps

Description: 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. Efficiency Vermont began supporting Cold Climate Heat Pumps in 2015.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate 
Available Metrics: Total Number of Heat Pumps (Efficiency Vermont Incentivized)
Years Available: 2015-2017
Source(s): Efficiency Vermont
Last Update:  January 2019


Ground Source Heat Pumps

Description: 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.  While Efficiency Vermont has supported ground source heat pump installations since 2014, this technology has seen lower adoption than Cold Climate Heat Pumps, which are a better fit for many applications.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Total Number of Heat Pumps (Efficiency Vermont Incentivized)
Years Available: 2014-2017
Source(s): Efficiency Vermont
Last Update:  January 2019


Hot Water


Solar Hot Water   

Description: Solar Hot Water (or solar thermal) installations, used for hot water heating. The Energy Site map displays a partial list of sites with addresses.  Dates are not available for these sites. All sites will pre-date 2017. For a full accounting of solar hot water, please view Solar Hot Water Projects on the Progress Maps. The Dashboard visualizes aggregate data from Efficiency Vermont, based on rebates submitted by customers who purchased Solar Hot Water Heaters.
Type of Data: Limited Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Total Number of Solar Hot Water Projects (EVT/CEDF Incentives), Total Fossil Fuel Displaced Annually
Years Available: 2003-2017
Source(s): Efficiency Vermont
Last Update: January 2019


Heat Pump Water Heaters

Description: Heat Pump Water Heater installations, used for hot water heating. The Dashboard visualizes aggregate data from Efficiency Vermont, based on rebates submitted by customers who purchase Heat Pumps.  Efficiency Vermont began supporting HPWH in 2014.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Total Number of Heat Pump Water Heater Projects (EVT Incentives)
Years Available: 2014-2017
Source(s): Efficiency Vermont
 Last Update:  January 2019


Green Mobility Electric Vehicles Transit Other Biofuels

Transportation


Green Mobility


Park-n-Rides

Description: Park-n-Ride locations.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Location of Park and Ride, Number of Park and Rides, Number of Park and Rides with Bike Racks, Number of Park and Ride with EV Charging, Number of Park and Ride with Transit Connections
Years Available:  Current - No History
Source(s): Vermont Agency of Transportation
Last Update: September 2018


Carshare

Description: Location of all vehicles operating in programs run by CarshareVT and ZipCar. Location of all vehicles operating in programs run by CarshareVT and ZipCar.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Location of Carshare Pods, Number of Originating Trips, Number of Members
Years Available:  Current - No History
Source(s): Carshare VermontZipCar Middlebury
Last Update: September 2018


Bikeshare

Description: Location of all bikes operating in Chittenden County's Greenride Bikeshare and smaller programs in Morrisville, Middlebury, and Rutland.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Location of Bikeshare sites
Years Available: Current - No History
Source(s) GreenRide BikeshareMorrisville Bikeshare Program
Last Update: September 2018


Electric Vehicles


Charging Stations

Description:    EV charging stations include Level 1, Level 2 and DC Fast Charging Stations. Level 1 Charging Stations provide 120-volt outlets (standard household variety), which any EV can plug into with the charging equipment delivered with the vehicle. Level 2 Charging Stations charge on 240-volt power for faster regeneration of an EV’s battery system.  DC Fast Chargers provide compatible vehicles with an 80% charge in 30-60 minutes.  Tesla Superchargers are a type of DC Fast Charger that are only compatible with Tesla vehicles. Data is available on the Site Map and the Community Progress Map. 
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Location/Sites of Level 1 & 2 - EV Charging Station,  DC Fast Chargers - EV Charging Station, and Tesla Chargers; 
Years Available: 2011-2019
Source(s): US Dept of Energy's Alternative Fuel Station LocatorDrive Electric VermontTesla
Last Update: May 2019


Electric Vehicles (AEV) and Plugin Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PEV)

Description: Vehicles capable of plugging into electric power sources to charge a battery that powers the vehicle. Includes All-Electric Vehicles (AEVs) powered solely by batteries, and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles (PHEVs) powered by a combination of battery and gasoline. Totals for each previous year are determined in January of the following year based on vehicle registrations (e.g. an early January 2019 vehicle registration snapshot represents EVs registered as of the end of 2018). Town level data is available on the Community Progress Map.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Number of Electric Vehicles; Number of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Years Available: 2012-2018
Source(s): Drive Electric Vermont, Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR), Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)   
Last Update: January 2019

 

Transit


Local Bus Service

Description: Bus stops from all major Vermont transit providers that offer in-state routes within Vermont.   Please contact the bus company directly for up-to-date schedules. Do not use this data for planning purposes. Stops included are from  Green Mountain TransitStagecoach Transportation Services, IncRural Community TransportationAdvance TransitAddison County Transit ResourcesMarble Valley Regional Transit DistrictSoutheast Vermont Transit—The Current DivisionSoutheast Vermont Transit—The Moover Division, and Green Mountain Community Network Inc
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Bus Stop Location
Years Available: Only current data is available
Source(s): GoVermont!, Vermont Center for Geographic Information
Last Update:  September 2018


National Bus Service/City to City

Description: Bus stops from all regional and national transit providers that offer regional and national routes from Vermont.    Please contact the bus company for up-to-date schedules. Do not use this data for planning purposes. Stops from the following bus companies are included: Vermont TranslinesGreyhoundMegabusDartmouth CoachYankee Trails, and Concord Coach Lines
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Available Metrics: Bus Stop Location
Years Available: Only current data is available
Source(s): GoVermont!, Vermont Center for Geographic Information
Last Update:  September 2018


Amtrak

Description: Train stations and ridership by town for Amtrak rail service.  The Energy Site map displays locations and the Community Progress Map shows ridership by town.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Station Location, Ridership by Station
Years Available: 2011-2017
Source(s): Amtrak, Rail Passenger Association
Last Update:  May 2019


Other Biofuels (non-electric)


Compost Heat

Description: Heat generated from decomposing organic matter and utilized on site. 
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Sites, Fossil Fuel Displaced Annually, Annual Customers Savings, Amount ($) of Incentives Utilized
Years Available: 2012-2019
Source(s): Agrilab Technologies
Last Updated: May 2019


Liquid Biofueling Station

Description: Fueling stations that distribute biodiesel for heating and transportation.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Sites
Years Available: 2014-2019
Source(s): US Dept of Energy's Alternative Fuel Station Locator
Last Update: May 2019


Biofuel Production Facility

Description: Facilities that produce biofuels for heating and transportation.
Type of Data: Site-Specific, Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: None
Available Metrics: Sites, Amount Produced 
Years Available: 2004-2019
Available Metrics: Sites
Source(s): US Dept of Energy's Alternative Fuel Station LocatorVermont BioEnergy Initiative
Last Update: May 2019


Energy Funding and Financing

Energy Funding Energy Financing


Energy Finance


Heat Saver Loan

Description:  Loan program administered and subsidized by Efficiency Vermont to finance eligible home weatherization and heating improvements. Prior to 2018, the program was administered and subsidized by the Vermont Department of Public Service. Lenders include VSECU and Opportunities Credit Union. Town level data is on the Community Progress Map. Link: Heat Saver Loan Project Verification form.
Type of Data: Town Aggregate
Sector Breakdowns: Residential
Available Metrics: Total Amount ($) of Energy Financing
Years Available: 2014-2018
Source(s): Efficiency Vermont,  VSECUOpportunities Credit Union, NeighborWorks of Western Vermont (starting in 2019)
Last Update: April 2019